A new wave of immigrants from the global South--Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East--has changed the face of U.S. movements for social justice. With women often in the lead, immigrants constitute the most dynamic force in the revived labor movement, and they've brought new energy and new ideas to feminist organizing, campaigns against racism, struggles for civil liberties, and other democratic causes. This interdisciplinary conference focuses on women's activism in these contexts.
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