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Persistent and Pervasive Podcast: Cleaning, A Stained Industry

Persistent and Pervasive Podcast: Cleaning, A Stained Industry

There’s a new episode of Persistent and Pervasive: Feminists Take on Toxics podcast available now! Hosted by WVE board member, Sally Edwards, and Anna Mason, we are loving the new episode – Cleaning: A Stained Industry.

Have a listen and remember to subscribe.

Episode Description: The cleaning products in your home are not as safe and healthy as you think — especially for domestic workers who have to use them day in and out! This is Part I of our cleaning product and domestic workers series.  Our conversation explores the toxic chemicals in cleaning products, who does most of this country’s cleaning work, why that is, and how domestic work conditions – including the use of unsafe products — have come to be.

Show contributors include WVE’s Director of Science and Research, Alexandra Scranton.

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