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Protest for HUDS Employees

By Michelle M. Ng
Harvard students and employees participate in a Local 26 protest on Tuesday evening in front of the Smith Campus Center. HUDS employee Fatima Leighton states, "I love working with the students, and I treat them with respect. My own daughter is in college and I hope she is being treated as I treat Harvard students." Local 26 represents hotel and food service workers in Boston.
Harvard students and employees participate in a Local 26 protest on Tuesday evening in front of the Smith Campus Center. HUDS employee Fatima Leighton states, "I love working with the students, and I treat them with respect. My own daughter is in college and I hope she is being treated as I treat Harvard students." Local 26 represents hotel and food service workers in Boston.

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