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Princeton Day School hosted Shamus Rahman Khan. sociology professor at Columbia, to talk about economic disparity, mobility, and privilege. He is the author of Privilege: the making of an adolescent elite at St. Paul’s School, published in a cultural sociology series by Princeton University Press.
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A woman engineer tells how it was in the ’70s. And the harassment continues. As below:
In 1980, I may have been the first women in the U.S. to take charge of building a skyscraper for an owner. And it was one of the most famous luxury residences in the world, the Trump Tower in New York City.
But before I had worked my way up in construction to executive vice president of the Trump Organization, I had to subject myself in the 1970s to harassment, humiliation and discrimination in the usual forms, such as magazine pinups of naked women, insults and outright prohibitions from going on-site….