History as an Organizing Tool in the Domestic Workers Movement

Lecture Description

Explores how historical memory and storytelling have inspired and continue to empower the domestic workers’ movement, past and present. This includes reflection on the ways digital humanities offer exciting new opportunities for collaboration between scholars and organizers in the movement.

CATEGORIES

Labor and Working Class Women

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