Hong Kong’s domestic workers are everyday heroes. Don’t treat them like second-class citizens – South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s domestic workers are everyday heroes. Don’t treat them like second-class citizens – South China Morning Post
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Earlier this month, I received an email from a reader who was concerned about discrimination against domestic workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. As a member of an ethnic minority group herself, she noted that she too had “experienced racism in Hong Kong many times”.Throughout the years, I have conducted dozens of interviews with domestic workers and advocates, highlighting the mistreatment of the city’s migrant workers.But Covid-19 brought many new extra burdens. Amid anxieties about their…Read More

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