Airing some grievances
Written by Bwog Staff
Casting a glimpse at the sheets hanging on Low Plaza right now may trigger some residual memories of last spring’s SHOCC protests. But at today’s “speak out,” the medium is the message. Jennifer Oki, C’07 says Columbia sends dirty tablecloths from the faculty house and soiled towels from the EC hotel to get washed at New Haven’s New England Linen, a non-unionized company where the Occupational Safety and Health Administration found 23 health code violations.
Most laundry companies in New York are unionized, Oki said. “It won’t be a huge thing to get them to use another company.”
In other news, cute baby to be activist!