The Care Revolution

 

Join us January 25, 2019 for the Film Premiere
Salem Historic Grand Theater (more details to come)

View the Film on Vimeo

The Care Revolution:
The Transformation of Home Health Care in Oregon

A film collaboration by
Sonia De La Cruz, Division of Culture, Arts and Communication, University of Washington-Tacoma
Bob Bussel, Labor Education and Research Center, University of Oregon

Length:28 minutes   •    download flyer

For more information on how you can arrange a screening of the film, please contact Bob Bussel at LERC or the LERC office:.
v:  541-346-5054    e:  lerc@uoregon.edu    w: lerc.uoregon.edu


“The Care Revolution” tells the inspiring story of home health care organizing in the state of Oregon.  Grounded in extensive interviews with workers, the film explains how union representation has transformed the lives of caregivers and improved the quality of care for the people they serve.

“The Care Revolution” is especially timely given the rising number of people who are likely to be served by in-home caregivers as the U. S. population ages.   The organizing of Oregon’s caregivers also ranks as a major union success story during hard political times.

 

 

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