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Marta Soligo and Shekinah Hoffman
Published: Marta Soligo and Shekinah Hoffman
Marta Soligo (Sociology and International Gaming Institute) is the author of an article about the #MeToo McDonald’s protest that took place in 10 U.S. cities Tuesday, Sept. 18. The article, which was written for the Italian website Ytali, discusses the first strike in more than a century related to sexual harassment in the workplace, and includes a quote from Shekinah Hoffman (Sociology and International Gaming Institute) about changes to the workplace over the decades that have created a safer and more inclusive workplace culture. Soligo and Hoffman are sociology doctoral students and graduate assistants in the International Gaming Institute.
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