Journalist Covers Extreme Violence Against Workers and Union Activists in Colombia

July 23, 2013

Thirty-eight-year-old Gloria Isabel Ramírez has worked in Colombia’s flower industry since the age of 14. Today, the single mother of one makes $10 a day, works seven days a week and lives in her town’s poorest neighborhood, located less than an hour’s drive from the nation’s capital, Bogotá.  

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