Elizabeth Warren defends claim about losing job over pregnancy

Warren claims she was fired as a special education teacher at an elementary school in Riverdale, N.J., in 1971 when she was around six months pregnant.
0:35 | 10/09/19

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Transcript for Elizabeth Warren defends claim about losing job over pregnancy
When I was 22 years old. I had experienced a lot of women recognize I had had promised shop next year all higher incentive. And head when they realized that I was pregnant. The jobs hinges on. This is a long time ago. But we know this stuff happens today sometimes subtle in Franklin sometimes not so subtly. So I got out and only hand hatred I tell my story. Tell their stories as well I think that's a good way to fight.

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