Lucero Herrera is a Research Analyst at the UCLA Labor Center. She has 5+ years of research experience, focusing on labour issues. Her recent work includes research on domestic work and home care, as well as the gig economy. A native of Colombia, Lucero pursued her undergraduate studies in sociology at the University of Chicago and holds a Master's Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA. Before moving to LA, she worked for human rights and community-based organisations and conducted research on the impact of forced displacement on social integration and urban dynamics in Colombia.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryDispelling myths: why domestic employer-worker solidarity is not so far-fetched
Important research from California shows that many employers have more in common with the domestic workers they...