Corinne E. Goria, J.D. is the author of Invisible Hands: Voices from the Global Economy (Voice of Witness 2014), a collection of oral histories highlighting human and labor rights struggles in the global economy.
It was selected as part of The Best American Nonrequired Reading of 2015, and has been featured in Mother Jones, The Huffington Post, Yes Magazine, and Truthout.
Kirkus Reviews writes: "Powerful and revealing testimony to the injustices of manual labor, infused with inspiration for global change...San Diego lawyer Goria assembles a series of eye-opening interviews by people hidden in the trenches of manual labor, a flourishing trade eclipsed by workplace grievances and global economic stratification. This unique compilation of histories demands attention and collectively has the impetus to inspire change." Invisible Hands is currently taught at colleges and universities across the country.
The San Diego World Affairs Council presents the Distinguished Speaker "Soft Power" Series with Corinne Goria, Professor of Political Science, University of San Diego. Professor Goria will give a talk titled: Sewn together: Global storytelling for Social Justice with special insights on social justice issues in Ukraine-Russia-Belarus today. She will be interviewed by Sahar Kalantar.
Admission/Cost: FREE Please Register
Online Streaming Event
Tuesday, May 17 - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM