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The Racial Politics of Care & Intimacy: Domestic Workers Transforming the Political Landscap

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Professor Evelyn Nakano Glenn
Lillian Galedo, Director of Filipino Advocates for Justice
Maria Distancia, Mujeres Unidas Activas
Kathleen Coll, Stanford University

As 27 million American baby boomers age, a dramatic increase in the demand for eldery care is expected in the next two to three decades. Currently, there are only 2 million care providers in the US. Many work in exploitive and abusive conditions within a culture that fails to recognize domestic work as labor that deserves recognition, protection, and respect.

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Inequalities in Health Status & Use of Social Services

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Susan Ivey, Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program
Julian Chow, Social Welfare

It is a well documented fact that racial minorities in the United States have been historically underrepresented with regard to access to employment opportunities, educational outcomes, and many other social aspirations.

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