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Interview with Leola S.

Typesetter: Karen B.

Born in Shreveport, Leola
independence is important, she
one of fourteen children, her
housecleaning in San Mateo
divorced now, she lives alone in
serving dinner from 4-5 pm every
starting pay 1.53 per

she and some co-workers
today more than ever in US

posed to discrimination by sex, race,
color, religious or national

more women go to work in

enter the labor
70 percent of the average wage
Black women lowest paid of

to organize the continuing fight
determined to be heard
plaints against unfair policies
something worth fighting for
sector of the working class

--excerpt from Woman Sitting at the Machine, Thinking

Karen Brodine

read the author's bio and dedication

go to "Woman Sitting at the Machine, Thinking"

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