Hundreds of Nike employees march to protest its treatment of women, reports


A giant sculpture reads “Do the right thing,” at the Nike headquarters on March 22, 2018 in Beaverton, Oregon.

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Nike employees protested the sportswear company’s treatment of women on Monday, the same day Nike reopened a building at its headquarters named after disgraced running coach Alberto Salazar, according to several news reports.

Hundreds of employees marched at Nike’s Beaverton, Ore. headquarters, a campus where many of the buildings are named after famous athletes that have signed Nike endorsement contracts such as Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan and Mia Hamm, according to local and national news reports.

Employees distributed fliers that warned employees…


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