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The Fight Before #MeToo

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In the era of #MeToo, take a look at the updated "Rape on the Night Shift" series about extreme sexual abuses of janitorial workers that went unpunished by their employers.

Before #MeToo helped expose sexual assault and abuse in the world of politics, entertainment and media, female night shift janitors started their own movement.

Beginning in 2015 and updated now, KQED joined with Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, FRONTLINE, Univision and the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley to uncover startling cases of sexual abuse of janitorial workers.

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