Sonari Glinton & Dorothy Glinton

Recorded March 1, 2018 Archived March 1, 2018 02:19 minutes
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Id: APP470899

Description

"I got to find a job I can do for thirty years in this place." After working her way up from the assembly line, Dorothy Glinton became one of the first women to hold a management position at the Ford Motor Assembly Plant. She talks to her son, Sonari Glinton, about enduring sexism in the workplace, advocating for herself, and working to get more women into management positions.

Produced by StoryCorps. Originally aired October 2, 2007 on NPR’s News & Notes.


Participants

  • Sonari Glinton
  • Dorothy Glinton

Interview By

Languages

English