Help Isata Jalloh and Family

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Raised by 662 people in 10 months
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/they-have-nothing-how-a-20-tip-cost-an-immigrant-her-dulles-job-and-severed-a-lifeline-to-sierra-leone/2018/08/01/82d9aafc-952c-11e8-810c-5fa705927d54_story.html?utm_term=.a8fecbc06d95  


I came from Sierra Leone in 1996 for a better future. I started work in Dulles Airport in 1998. I have worked there for 20 years. I started 2 full time jobs in 2004 because I needed to get money for myself and to send to my kids. I used to work 16 hours almost every day to afford rent for my apartment. I still have to share my apartment with three people.

This changed in May, when I was fired from my wheelchair job. My boss accused me of asking for tips which I never did. Since I have started working there I have never asked for any tips or had any issues at work.

Without investigating I was fired from my job.

I am asking for help to pay my rent, buy food and send money for my children back home. 
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