PBS NewsHour

A Chicago electrical worker on empowering her community

Clip: 07/02/2020 | 3m 26s Video has closed captioning.

During the pandemic, we've profiled front-line workers whose jobs have been deemed essential. One such employee is Savoya Taylor, a line-worker for ComEd, the utility that powers Chicago. She's the company’s first female overhead electrician -- and now she’s training one of her daughters to follow the same path. Taylor shares her Brief But Spectacular take on empowering her family and community.

Aired: 07/02/20

Rating: NR

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