Outreach, Educate, and Dance
By Dalia Rubiano Yedidia
By Karina Muñiz and Claudia Reyes
June 2015 Digital Edition #MigrantRights #DomesticWorkerPower
Edited by Jess Clarke & Preeti Shekar
Shifting Consciousness, Sharing Power, Shaping Policies
Photo Essay by Rucha Chitnis
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An interview with Sheila Bapat
“The roots of domestic work are deeply connected to the history of slavery in the U.S. It’s no accident that a vast majority of domestic workers were African American women to begin with, and increasingly now, immigrant women of color.”
Interview by Preeti Shekar
Sheila Bapat, author of Part of the Family? Nannies, Housekeepers, Caregivers and the Battle for Domestic Workers’ Rights offers remarks on domestic workers' rights. Learn about the challenges and successes of South Asian worker organizing efforts in the United States.
By Preeti Shekar