At the core of our mission is the commitment to supporting parents and families as they seek to care for their children and loved ones. Reports of the inhumane treatment that migrants and asylum-seekers are being subjected to at detention centers are horrifying and 100% antithetical to that mission.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time to spread awareness and take action against the widespread sexual harassment and violence in our communities. This month, we are partnering with the Bandana Project to lift up and support migrant farmworkers in their fight against rampant sexual violence on the job.
As part of this fight to end sexual violence and harassment, we want to ensure that workers understand what their rights are in the workplace. Sexual harassment is physical or verbal conduct of a sexual nature or conduct based on your sex that unreasonably interferes with your work performance, affects your employment, or makes your place intimidating, hostile or offensive.
Immigrant families deserve the opportunity to live and work in their communities, without fear of arbitrary deportation decisions. That's why ABB is working to support and defend the rights of immigrant families.