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Writings from the Domestic Workers United Workshop

 

<p>May 5, 2012&nbsp;|&nbsp;The New School&nbsp;|&nbsp;New York City</p>
<p>With Domestic Workers United and Mark Nowak<i><br />
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<p>Unified by the motto, &ldquo;We have a dream that one day, all work will be valued equally,&rdquo; Domestic Workers United is a guild of New York nannies, housekeepers, and caregivers, organizing for power, respect, and fair labor standards. At PEN World Voices, they emerged from a five-month writing workshop led by documentary poet, global labor activist, and 2010 Guggenheim Fellow Mark Nowak.</p>
<p>Co-sponsored by The New School and Domestic Workers United</p>

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