MA in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations
Over nineteen million immigrant women live in the United States. Each one of those nineteen million women carries with her a powerful history. Immigrant Women Organize for Justice: A Listening Project is an attempt to capture a breath of those histories, in particular the histories of four mujeres luchadoras: immigrant women who are organizing communities surrounding them and devoting much of their life and their work to the lucha (struggle or fight) for a more just and equal society. Immigrant Women Organize for Justice: A Listening Project is a two-part project. The first section is devoted entirely to remembering the voices and struggles of immigrant women organizers throughout U.S. history and providing a much deserved space to three new voices into our collective history. The second part encompasses an in depth analysis of the listening project from a trainer practitioner lens, following a Listening Project guidelines learned during the Training for Social Action class at SIT Graduate Institute.
Civic and Community Engagement | Family, Life Course, and Society | Inequality and Stratification | Social and Cultural Anthropology | Social Psychology and Interaction | Sociology of Culture | Women's Studies
Nieto, Sandra Catalina, "Immigrant Women Organize For Justice: A Listening Project" (2011). Capstone Collection. 2514.
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