Hidden Labor: The Work That Americans Won’t Do

One service at 10 am
George W. Bush once noted that immigrants in the United States often do the labor that “Americans won’t do.” These jobs often include menial labor such as picking strawberries, cleaning hotels, bussing tables and mowing lawns. However, it is not only immigrants that do this work; other non-majority peoples such as African Americans and indigenous people do this work, often without recognition or thanks. This service will look into the importance of invisible labor, touching on issues such as what it means to be an American.

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