Household Workers Unite
Premilla Nadasen talked about her book, Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement, about how African-American domestic workers sought to form labor organizations during the mid-20th century. She spoke with Columbia University American history professor Alice Kessler-Harris. close
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Alice Kessler-Harris Professor Columbia University->History Department
Premilla Nadasen Visiting Associate Professor Barnard College->History Department
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