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Injured Poultry Workers Pressured to Avoid Filing Comp Claims, Professor Says

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Wednesday, November 27, 2019 | 556 | 0 | 36 min read

As Americans sit down for turkey and dressing Thursday, a University of North Carolina professor is charging that the injuries sustained by workers who processed the bird probably weren't compensated. And President Trump's deportation efforts could be making it easier for poultry processors to keep immigrant laborers quiet when they're hurt on the job, professor and anthropologist Angela Stuesse said in a guest column this week in the Washington Post. The article follows Stuesse's peer-reviewed research report, published in the Anthropology of Work Review in 2018, written...

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