For the Women Fighting California's Wildfires, Physical Danger Is Only One Challenge

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For the Women Fighting California's Wildfires, Physical Danger Is Only One Challenge
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While (under)paid hotshot and local fire crews work to stop fires in California and elsewhere, incarcerated women also risk their lives to fight wildfires in California. In California, both incarcerated men and women can opt to work on fire crews, and are paid only around $2 an hour. NBC Los Angeles reported Wednesday that of the estimated 3,800 inmates currently fighting California's fires, some 200 are women.

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