Don't think a person who works for you enjoys washing your underwear - Caller
Michelle called The Eusebius McKaiser Show and challenged those in a privileged position can do more to help those without privilege.
She made a plea about how domestic workers should be treated.
I put this challenge out to everyone who is privileged from the bottom of my heart. Just because you are privileged enough to have a domestic worker in your house please don't assume they should clean your toilet for you.Michelle, Caller
The are certain things that you can do not to belittle someone because you are privileged. Don't think that just because that person works for you they enjoy washing your underwear. There are little thing that you can do to show respect to those who don't have your privilege.Mitchelle, Caller
Show a little bit of respect to the people around you.Mitchelle, Caller
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