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From flickr.com: A woman labour works on a potato field (Photo: Palash) {MID-70336}
A woman labour works on a potato field (Photo: Palash)
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STRIKES ARE BY NATURE about value. To withdraw your participation in work, even for a day, is to ask others to consider the value of that work. How long can they go without it? When they lose a day of your labor, what do they lose? For millennia, women’s contributions to society have been taken for granted, a fact that has made them difficult to see.  Women’s work was and is considered “unskilled” or insignificant, less dangerous or difficult than the work men do. It has therefore been awarded less pay. But of course the real reason we devalue women’s work is because women are the ones who do it.

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