Letisia Soto, center, a janitor of United Services Worker West (USWW), tells her sexual abuse story during the screening of "Rape on the Night Shift", joined by her daughter Letizia Velez, left, shown in tears, and Alejandra Valles, Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU USWW. The event was hosted by Assemblymember Lorena González, D-San Diego; Equal Rights Advocates; SEIU-USWW; CA Coalition Against Sexual Assault, at Citizen hotel in Sacramento on August 10, 2016.
Letisia Soto, center, a janitor of United Services Worker West (USWW), tells her sexual abuse story during the screening of "Rape on the Night Shift", joined by her daughter Letizia Velez, left, shown in tears, and Alejandra Valles, Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU USWW. The event was hosted by Assemblymember Lorena González, D-San Diego; Equal Rights Advocates; SEIU-USWW; CA Coalition Against Sexual Assault, at Citizen hotel in Sacramento on August 10, 2016. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com
Letisia Soto, center, a janitor of United Services Worker West (USWW), tells her sexual abuse story during the screening of "Rape on the Night Shift", joined by her daughter Letizia Velez, left, shown in tears, and Alejandra Valles, Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU USWW. The event was hosted by Assemblymember Lorena González, D-San Diego; Equal Rights Advocates; SEIU-USWW; CA Coalition Against Sexual Assault, at Citizen hotel in Sacramento on August 10, 2016. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com

Women janitors coming forward to talk about rape

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