Update on the Domestic Workers and Employers Oral History Project

On Sunday, December 4, almost 50 participants from MataHari Women Workers’ Center, the JLC, and the broader community joined together for “In Our Care: Creating Community Protection in an Era of Uncertainty.” This was the first event unveiling the findings of our two year long Domestic Workers and Employers Oral History project. We shared our personal histories around migration and began the important work of building bridges based on our shared experiences of immigration.

We encourage people to continue to support the Oral History project and the advancement of immigrants’ rights and domestic workers’ rights by making a donation here.

We look forward to a full presentation of the project in September 2017. Stay tuned!

Oral historian Jayne Guberman reporting on the Domestic Workers and Employers Oral History project at “In Our Care: Creating Community Protection in an Era of Uncertainty.”

MataHari Executive Director Monique Nguyen tells her family’s story of migration at “In Our Care: Creating Community Protection in an Era of Uncertainty.”

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