A great new law passed recently with leadership from the Democratic Party protects domestic workers from unfair labor conditions. Please attend this reception and exhibit at the Newton Library to learn more:
Invisible No More: Domestic Workers, New Laws and Changing Culture by Mario Quiroz-Servellon, Opening Reception, Wednesday, January 6, 7:00 pm, Main Hall:For Mario Quiroz-Servellon, photography is a tool to connect people and ideas. A photograph is the result of a relationship between photographer and subject, which itself aims to connect with a viewer. At the heart of his work, Mr. Quiroz sees himself as a good listener and a good storyteller. One of the principal quests of his work is to promote the need for comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. His goal is to become one of the leading photographers of the movement and to document this generation’s struggle for civil rights, much the same as Charles Moore, Danny Lyon or Bruce Davidson did in the 1960s. The show will be on view from January 5-28.