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Reports

'Valuing Domestic Work"
November 1 - A report published by the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) in partnership with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, looking at the history of domestic work and domestic worker organizing. By Tiffany Williams and Dr. Premilla Nadasen. 

Book Reviews

'The Slave Next Door'
May 18 - Slavery may have ended officially in the United States in 1865, but it has continued in practice to this very day. By Tiffany Williams, published in Foreign Policy In Focus

Op-Eds

Let's Treat Our Domestic Workers Better December 29-Here's a New Years resolution to improve human rights in the United States By Tiffany Williams, published in The Register Citizen

Calming the Racial Storm April 2 - Obama's response to the Wright crisis is characteristically clever. By Joy Zarembka, published in The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Racial Confessions in a Biracial World
March 27 - Being comfortably biracial means that Obama moves in even more varied racial settings, observing and hearing what many others do not. By Joy Zarembka, published in Philadelphia Inquirer and The Belleville News-Democrat and The Fresno Bee and The Island Packet and The La Crosse Tribune and The Sacramento BeeThe Times Herald Record
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