The sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is prompting members of Washington's private school community to look inward.
Chicken is America’s favorite meat, but the price for workers in poultry plants may be high. Oxfam recently released a report alleging that poultry workers–including those in Maryland’s huge chicken processing plants–are routinely denied bathroom breaks, to the point that some workers wear diapers while on the job. This follows a report last year alleging poor working conditions, including a high injury rate, low pay and a culture of fear for many immigrant workers.
- Roberto Ferdman Reporter for the Washington Post's Wonkblog
- Oliver Gottfried Senior Advocacy and Collaborations Advisor, Oxfam America
- Debbie Berkowitz Senior Fellow for Worker Safety and Health, National Employment Law Project
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