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In Mexico, Domestic Workers' Story Is Rags to Rags

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Unlike in real life, telenovelas are promoting a prominent role for the female domestic worker in the predominantly middle class and wealthy families that employ her, a Cinderella story of sorts. But that is just a fairy tale.

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