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Women, Culture, and Society Class 15 Women’s Paid Work in the Global Workforce: Issues Associated with Race, Gender, and Class
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Organization 1. Introduce reading and author 2. Main points 3. View video clip: Maid in America 4. Discussion Questions
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Introduce Reading and Author “Racial Ethnic Women’s Labor: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class Oppression” Published earlier as article in an economics journal Author: Evelyn Nakano Glenn Professor of Asian American Studies at UC Berkeley Research: Comparative race and gender studies; political economy, labor, & citizenship; critical race and feminist theory PhD in social relations Founding Director, Center for Race and Gender at UC Berkeley
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Main points A colonial labor system and other forms of racial oppression has shaped the productive and reproductive labor of racial ethnic women These forces have made their experiences fundamentally different from those underlying the construction of feminist analyses
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