DOMESTICATING BODIES, DOMESTIC SPACES: Trafficking and the Intersection of Race and Gender 

 

MARCH 8
5:30 PM
OKAZAKI COMMUNITY ROOM (SW 155B)
University of Utah

Join Drs. Annie Isabel Fukushima and Lindsay Gezinski in their panel discussion as they examine trafficking into domestic work and sexual economies. Through case examples from their research, they will paint a picture of human trafficking and how it is shaped by interlocking oppressions of race and gender. This presentation also offers a general understanding of human trafficking, how communities are called to witness violence, and how community members may get involved in local and transnational efforts.

http://diversity.utah.edu/annual-events/ww-2018/