Women’s Rights in the Workplace A weekly conversation about workplace discrimination and the state of labor and employment law with Women’s Rights in the Workplace lawyer Jack Tuckner and his guests.

July 15, 2014  

6 million undocumented workers in the US are among the most vulnerable and exploited, and they’re the frequent victims of discrimination, unpaid wages, outright wage theft, dangerous working conditions and uncompensated workplace injuries, and when these workers attempt to remedy the abuse, they routinely face physical and immigration-related threats and retaliation.  Now we have a serious and heart-breaking refugee crisis at our border with 60,000 children arriving who’ve fled extreme violence in Central America, with the slim hope in their hearts of gaining asylum and safety in the United States.

Join Women’s Rights in the Workplace activists Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell as they interview the brilliant and progressive immigration law expert Professor Vanessa Merton of the Justice Clinic at Pace University Law School, who discusses this humanitarian crisis, who or what's responsible, and what can and should be done about it. 

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