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Voices of the help: Domestic workers tell their stories 

We see them every day. They clean our hospitals, universities and hotels. They work in private homes caring for our children and our aging parents. We see them pushing strollers and wheelchairs and cleaning carts. Their daily presence allows the professional classes…

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