VIDEO: Miriam Aimee Uribe – Virtual Solidarity on Tap
About Miriam Aimee Uribe
Miriam Aimee Uribe is a graduate of the University of San Francisco who is a rights activist at the National Domestic Workers Alliance and a member of the University of San Francisco Latinx Alumni Society Board.
About the video
The interview with Miriam Aimee Uribe took place on May 5, 2021 as part of the virtual Solidarity on Tap series.
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