NYU’s Chinese Construction Workers


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During the three-hour “trial,” more than a dozen witnesses, including Lok,
Chen, Shen, Ho, and former New York Chinese sweatshop workers testified about their
working conditions. In a unanimous decision, the 133-member jury found NYU guilty of
hiring discrimination against minorities, and Judge Jim Horton ordered the university to
establish a “Community Hiring Hall” to ensure openness in hiring. NYU declined
comment.