“Christina Kim risked everything to escape North Korea’s entrenched gender violence. She almost didn’t make it.”
Lawyer Anwar al-Bunni is on an ongoing hunt for Syrian war criminals exiled in Europe ‘to send Assad’s regime a message: “Justice is coming.”‘
After a six-month investigation, Annie Hylton uncovers third-world working conditions and rampant sexual harassment at industrial laundry facilities serving Manhattan hospitals, hotels, and restaurants. Workers — who went without health and safety training — routinely handled linens contaminated by human blood, urine, vomit, and feces. When workers weren’t dealing directly in others’ sh*t, they were forced to endure it. One manager routinely preyed on migrant women workers who had little English and less recourse; women were subject to unwanted touching and lewd suggestions. And after they finally stood up to complain? Retaliation, of course, in the form of reduced hours and more strenuous duties.