Ever since Anita Hill got up on national television and testified against then Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas, the issue of sexual harassment has loomed as the workplace hazard of the '90s. It's almost not surprising when revelations of the widespread sexual harassment of women in the military come to light. But what about when the accused employer is an organization famous for fighting the just cause of the nation's poorest workers, many of them Hispanic women?

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