Bishaka Nayek is one of the leaders of the tea worker movement to stop the conversion of agricultural land to an economic zone. In this interview, she discusses the difficulties in supporting her family on the paltry 102 taka wages (little over $1 day), the inhumane working conditions, what she learned from her participation and leadership in the movement, and how others can support the movement.
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