Demanding Justice: A History of Domestic Work
This documentary film explores the history of domestic worker organizing in the United States, from everyday acts to larger-scale forms of rebellion and organizing. It traces the domestic workers' movement across different regions and includes Indigenous, African American, and Mexican American women, as well as immigrants from the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, Europe, and the Philippines, from the 1600s to today.
Click link to see the other video in this series: "You Just Want to Feel Free": Domestic Workers and Antiblackness
Guglielmo, Jennifer and Joffroy, Michelle, "Demanding Justice: A History of Domestic Work" (2021). History: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.