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Ai-jen Poo

Champion of domestic workers' rights and women's empowerment from the United States.
Ai-jen Poo, born in 1974, is a formidable force in the fight for civil rights, particularly championing the rights of domestic workers and women's empowerment in the United States. Her unwavering dedication to ensuring dignity, fair wages, and respect for those often marginalized in society has been a beacon of hope for many. By tirelessly advocating for policies that protect the rights of domestic workers, she has brought attention to the often unseen and undervalued labor that sustains many households. Ai-jen Poo's work serves as a reminder of the ongoing struggle for equality and justice, inspiring us all to stand up for the rights of the marginalized and oppressed in our communities.
Ai-jen Poo advocated for Economic Justice and Gender Equality, enriching our understanding through their unique perspectives and expertise
Origin country was United States
Born in 1974
Ethnicity: Asian
Gender: Female

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