Global Workers’ Inquest into the COVID-19 Pandemic

Family of Detroit autoworker who died of COVID-19 demands answers

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Autoworker and grandmother Catherine Pace died on March 27, 2020 after contracting COVID-19 in the paint department at the Warren Truck Plant outside Detroit, then operated by Fiat-Chrysler, now Stellantis.

In this video testimony for the Global Workers’ Inquest into the COVID-19 Pandemic, Catherine’s family describes the working conditions that have led to her death and the deaths of countless other autoworkers during the still-raging pandemic.

They demand that Chrysler/Stellantis be held accountable, and they call on other workers to step forward and expose the criminal and deadly practices of the auto companies and the UAW.