"Dirty Work" - George Getschow - Wall Street Journal
Getschow lived and worked as an oil industry day laborer to expose conditions in the temporary "slave labor camps" throughout the Southwest.
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Effects and Outcomes
Getschow's 1983 two-part series was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting in 1984.
Articles, Books, Video/Film
I-"Dirty Work" - George Getschow - Wall Street Journal | "The Day Laborer's Toil Is Hard, Pay Minimal, Security Nonexistent; In Houston, the Jobless Fill Labor Pools That Retake Part of Each Day's Wage; The System at Krash Cabin"June 22, 1983
Getschow lives the life of a day laborer in this,, part one of a two-part series for the Wall Street Journal, a ...
II-"Dirty Work" - George Getschow - Wall Street Journal | "Louisiana Labor Camps Supply 'Warm Bodies' The Oil Business Needs; Laborers Often Earn Little Beyond Debt to a Camp; Life at a Halfway House; Some Citizens Defend System""June 23, 1983
Part Two of George Getschow's "Dirty Work" series for the Wall Street Journal for which he lived and worked among ...