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Putting History in Domestic Workers’ Hands
November 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CPE is excited to host a presentation of an important movement tool born of a collaborative project begun in 2014 between leaders of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and scholars at Smith College. Together, they developed a digital timeline designed to put history into the hands of domestic workers.
Come see excerpts of the timeline and join a conversation about:
- Creating popular education tools using digital technologies
- Transforming representations of domestic workers
- Creating effective activist-academic partnerships
- History as a tool for political education
- Monique Tú Nguyen (executive director, Matahari Women Workers Center)
- Lisa Moore (senior field director, National Domestic Workers Alliance)
- Diana Sierra Becerra (postdoctoral fellow in Digital Humanities and Popular Political Education, Smith College)
- Jennifer Guglielmo (associate professor of History, Smith College)
- Michelle Joffroy (associate professor of Spanish & Portuguese, Smith College)
518 Valencia St. is an ADA accessible venue.
We will attempt to provide a low-scent environment and will designate fragrance-free seating.
To request childcare, language interpretation, CART transcription or to meet other accessibility needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by November 8.