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DOMESTIC WORKERS UNITED
The Nanny Diaries: A Caribbean Version
Arlene M. Roberts
Attorney and policy analyst
There are more than 200,000 women in New York working as nannies, companions and housekeepers, whose lives are typified by long hours, meagre wages, drudgery, and worse.
Premilla Nadasen On Domestic Workers, Poverty, Cops & What Is to Be Done
David Henry Sterry
Author, activist, performer, muckraker, book doctor
"House Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement" is a wonderful read, skillfully written and meticulously researched. So I thought I'd pick the brain of the author, Premilla Nadasen, and see what light she can shed on this dirty little secret of American life.
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