The revolution of Israel's Arab women begins in Tira and in Kalansua
Two Arab cities in Israel boast municipal employee unions that are nearly all-female. They are focusing their efforts on fighting for the rights of their women members, who are near the bottom of the food chain when it comes to pay, hiring and benefits.
Kalansua, an Arab town in central Israel with a population of 20,000 residents, has been hit by crisis in recent years.
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