Grace Chang is a writer and activist in struggles for immigrant, labor and
welfare rights of migrant women and women of color in the United States.
Her essays have appeared in Radical America, Socialist Review, and several
anthologies. She was a co-editor of Mothering: Ideology, Experience and
Agency (Routledge, 1994) and is the author of Disposable Domestics:
Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy (South End Press, 2000).
Currently, she teaches Feminist Studies at the University of California
Santa Barbara and is working on a book, Trafficking by Any Other Name:
Transnational Feminist, Immigrant and Sex Worker Rights Responses, to be
published by the New Press.