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Scratching Out a Living: Latinos, Race, and Work in the Deep South
April 12, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm$20
Angela Stuesse, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
How has Latino immigration transformed the rural South? In what ways has the presence of these newcomers complicated efforts to organize for workplace justice? Based on six years of engagement with a poultry workers’ center in Mississippi, this talk discusses the story of how Black, white, and new Latino southerners have lived and understood these transformations in the chicken plants and surrounding communities, and calls for organizing strategies that bring diverse working communities together.
All Humanities in Action events take place at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill. There are no preparatory readings for these events.
Program Tuition: Register ahead of time and pay $18.00 per program or pay only $8 if you are a member of the UNC General Alumni Association (GAA). To check your membership status or to join the GAA, please visit alumni.unc.edu or call 800.962.0742. GAA membership is open to all UNC alumni and friends. Tuition is $20.00 for everyone paying at the door.
- April 12, 2017
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Food and the Environment, Social Justice
- Event Tags:
- An Enlightened Citizenry, College of Arts and Sciences, Food and the Environment, UNC, UNC Chapel Hill