The documentation of the Torres case shows us what might have occurred with Camille McMillan had she been more assertive with the escalation of her formal grievances through the system of “administrative remedies’ set up by the union. This brings us back now to Camille McMillan’s case, and with her taking the less formal approach of writing letters in request for personal assistance from GM management, from her union “brothers”, and from her legal and civil rights “representatives”. Isn’t this the route that the UAW’s Public Review Board stated that Debra Torres should have taken?…. these “other avenues”, to deal with those problem managers, like “having more discussions with her local Union members”?

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