SAN FRANCISCO — Jean Parks, the only woman plumber at the Port of Oakland, drank tea from a travel mug on a recent day off and watched as cranes at the port unloaded a cargo ship docked there on its way to Taiwan.

A plumber for 23 years, she’s worked at the port for the past 10. “I used to like working here,” she said.

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