Thursday, September 8th, 2011
By Dan Moshenberg If you’ve followed the news from the Lebanon over the last few years, you’ve read quite a bit about the difficult to desperate situation of domestic workers. Maids, child care providers, housekeepers face unrelenting abuse. They are assaulted, cheated out of their pay, imprisoned by their employers and trapped by visa conditionalities.
Saturday, January 16th, 2010
So, is the U.S. any different from other Western colonial powers? Damon Salesa, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, explains to Chicago Public Radio. Listen Here.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
I like the work of Mike Chavez, an Australian artist whose work explores Filipino immigrant culture, racism and parochialism “… through the western lens of post post modernism.” His work has some parallels with that of South...