Labor of Care NYC launch

Labor of Care NYC launch

It is my great honor and pleasure to come back to CUNY, The Graduate Center to launch The Labor of Care in New York City!

When I first came to the Graduate Center to begin my doctoral program, I remember going to a lecture in the Skylight Room and knowing that one day, I’ll come back to this very room to share my work. More importantly, I get to share this launch in conversation with two brilliant women: Lorena McRae-Sanchez, a MIGRANTE NYC organizer and a pivotal figure in the book, and, Premilla Nadasen, an accomplished scholar and writer of Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a MovementBoth were super important in shaping this project and my current thinking!

I’ll be documenting my return to NYC in this blog!

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