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Sally Gallosa Oral History Interview

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Sally Gallosa Oral History Interview

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Sally Gallosa shares her work experiences at Mountain Bell from 1973 until 2000 where she worked first as a phone operator and then as a Maintenance Administrator and finally as a Plant Line Assigner. Gallosa was also a member of the Communication Workers of America CWA locals in Deming and Albuquerque, NM. During her tenure at Mountain Bell, she served as a Union Steward assisting her members with workplace issues that included disciplinaries, grievances, seniority, and job changes. She describes the discrimination she experienced as a Hispanic and also as a woman. She is currently active with CWA RMC 70010, retired CWA members.

Publication Date

3-30-2016

Keywords

Union Steward; grievances; discrimination as a Hispanic; discrimination as a woman; integrity; seniority; picket lines; changes in work; phone company

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Labor History

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1280x720; MP4; No institutional restrictions are placed on the use of this collection. Use of material is allowed for educational and research purposes. The University Libraries do not hold copyright.

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
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Sally Gallosa Oral History Interview

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