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Gloria Thomas

 

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Thomas comes to work with her own sense of mission. Close to her siblings, she has witnessed their struggles to survive in minimum-wage jobs. In the spirit of CEW, she's encouraged them to return to school; one sister did and is now a registered nurse.

"There are still lots of women who fall through the cracks," Thomas says. At CEW, they can "retool."    (end of article)

[Originally published in September, 2012.]

 

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