On the evening of April 11 (6:30pm), the second Feminist Salon of this term will be hosted to engage in an in-depth discussion about domestic worker and care worker organizing with renowned activists and scholars. Please see below for the panelist information and location.

They will provide delicious food (vegan and vegetarian options available) and they ask faculty members to bring a bottle of wine or any kind of alcoholic/nonalcoholic beverage. Graduate students are invited to just bring themselves. Please RSVP by March 24, 2018 to Hae Yeon Choo (hy.choo@utoronto.ca) so that they know how much food to prepare (if you have any food restrictions, please let them know, so that they can plan accordingly).

Feminist Salon
Domestic Worker and Care Worker Organizing: A conversation between activists and academics
April 11 at 6:30pm
33 Hepbourne St. (close to Ossington subway station)
Toronto, M6H 1K1

Anna Malla, Organizer with the Caregivers Action Centre

Lisa Moore, Field Director with the National Domestic Workers Alliance

Pat Armstrong, Professor, York University, author of Critical to Care: The Invisible Women in Health Services (2008, UTP), The Double Ghetto: Canadian Women and their Segregated Work (2010 [1993], Oxford) and Exposing Privatization: Women and Health Care Reform in Canada (2001, Garamond)

Mary Romero, Professor, Arizona State University, author of Introducing Intersectionality (2017, Polity), The Maid’s Daughter: Living Inside and Outside the American Dream (2011, NYU), and Maid in the U.S.A. (2002 [1992], Routledge)