From left: Nicole Hargrove, Robin Maynard and Jennifer Shanklin-Hawkins in the employee parking lot at Carrier’s factory in Indianapolis, March 10, 2016. Carrier is moving the work done here to Mexico; Shanklin-Hawkins says the nation’s leaders have simply lost respect for people who make things. “They didn’t even thank us for our work,” she said. “It was wrong.”
From left: Nicole Hargrove, Robin Maynard and Jennifer Shanklin-Hawkins in the employee parking lot at Carrier’s factory in Indianapolis, March 10, 2016. Carrier is moving the work done here to Mexico; Shanklin-Hawkins says the nation’s leaders have simply lost respect for people who make things. “They didn’t even thank us for our work,” she said. “It was wrong.” JOSHUA LOTT NYT
From left: Nicole Hargrove, Robin Maynard and Jennifer Shanklin-Hawkins in the employee parking lot at Carrier’s factory in Indianapolis, March 10, 2016. Carrier is moving the work done here to Mexico; Shanklin-Hawkins says the nation’s leaders have simply lost respect for people who make things. “They didn’t even thank us for our work,” she said. “It was wrong.” JOSHUA LOTT NYT

Carrier workers see costs, not benefits of global trade

March 26, 2016 12:30 PM

UPDATED March 26, 2016 06:35 PM

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