KRISTY NABHAN-WARREN PUBLISHES NEW BOOK
Congregational UCC member and University of Iowa V.O. and Elizabeth Kahl Figge Chair in Catholic Studies, Kristy Nabhan-Warren, has written a new book exploring the meatpacking industry and the immigrant experience. Meatpacking in America: How Migration, Work, and Faith Divide the Heartland was published in September by the University of North Carolina Press. Kristy spent years interviewing meatpacking plant workers and owners and weaving together the voices and stories of native-born white Iowans and migrants from Mexico, Latin America, Asia, and Africa who come here to work.
Kristy joins the following Congregational UCC authors who published books in 2020:
Chuck Connerly: Green, Fair, and Prosperous: Paths to Sustainable Iowa
Caroline Tolbert: Accessible Elections: How the States Can Help Americans Vote
Marilynne Robinson: Jack