Womens Magazine

Women’s Magazine: Labor Day Focus on Immigrant Women – September 1, 2014

We talk with Professor Nadine Naber, author of Arab America: Gender, Cultural Politics and Activism, about the case against Chicago feminist community leader Rasmea Odeh.  A torture survivor, Odeh now faces ten years in U.S. prison and loss of her citizenship because of her conviction by an Israeli military court 40 years ago.  Then, author Sheila Bapat speaks about domestic worker organizing in the U.S. and the history of U.S. policy toward domestic labor.

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