Fighting for Workers’ Rights

Rappaport panel convenes to look at labor protections and enforcement in Massachusetts.

March 8, 2023

From left, Reena Parikh, Harris Freeman, Lenita Reason, and Jeffrey Nelson  Photographs By Reba Saldanha

Following closely on the heels of a groundbreaking report on shortcomings of the Massachusetts Workers Bill of Rights, a panel was convened at BC Law to take a closer look at labor protections and their enforcement in the state.

Hosted by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy, the March 1 event was moderated by Reena Parikh, assistant clinical professor and director of the Law School’s Civil Rights Clinic, which produced the January report, “Making it Work for Workers: A Study on the Efficacy of the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights,”  in concert with the Brazilian Worker Center (BWC).

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Source – BC Law Magazine

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