Roma and Domestic Worker Ordinance Celebration

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies at UHeights
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3:00 PM, Sunday, December 1, 2019
Location: UHeights (click for map)

Join Hand in Hand and Casa Latina for a screening of the film “Roma” and a celebration of the Seattle Domestic Workers Ordinance.

“Roma” is Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón’s film that follows a year in the life of a domestic worker in Mexico City in 1970. Following the film, we will have a short discussion about the importance of domestic work and how Seattle’s new Domestic Workers Ordinance is uplifting workers’ rights that have been too long left in the shadows.

Seattle is on the forefront of bringing domestic work out of these shadows with passage and implementation of the Seattle Domestic Workers Ordinance, which creates new workplace protections for nannies, house cleaners, gardeners, home attendants, and more.

Space is limited, and while tickets are free, your donation helps Hand in Hand reach more employers and helps the UHeights Center build community and create radical, affordable programming.
Disclaimer: Your registration information will be shared with event co-sponsors.

Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave). Max capacity of 550 lbs. Please contact (206) 235-8567 for assistance.

Childcare will be provided by request (email erica@domesticemployers.org by 11/15).

Snacks and beverages will be provided free of charge and also available for purchase.

Release Year: 2018

Running Time: 2hr 15 min

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

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