How Donald Trump's Agenda Hurts Real People: The Case of the Nabisco Workers Who Used to Make Oreos

October 21, 2016 Monika Greenhow

In this new video, we hear the stories of Ladonna and Michael, two Nabisco workers who made Oreos in Chicago. They are hardworking people who put their heart and soul into making products that provide joy for many Americans. When Mondelēz International, Nabisco's parent company, announced that 600 jobs would be leaving the country, the ensuing stress made Ladonna lose her hair. Literally.

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