PODCAST: Levi's Silences Outspoken Executive

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Levi's President Jennifer Sey claims she was forced out of her job for her opinion on school closures in California during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Sey once championed the brand for their free speech, but was later called a racist by Levi's employees and compared to the former President Donald Trump.

Sey turned down a $1 million severance package (refusing a non disclosure agreement) to speak out about being ousted from the famed denim brand.

In a new episode of The Armstrong & Getty Select Cuts Podcast, A&G's Joe Getty and Jack Armstrong talk her experience, as detailed in the Substack post, "Common Sense"