When & Where
Friday, April 25
1:00pm - 9:00pm
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
All events will take place in the Student Union Building (HUB), Room 250, University of Washington, Seattle.
- Beyond the Minimum Wage: What Can Government Do?
- Building Alliances Across Movements
- Redefining Worker Power
- Precarious Employment: Inequality and Workplace Disempowerment
- Giving Workers Voice: The Politics of Combating Inequality
A conference dedicated to labor’s response to growing inequality and the contemporary crisis of democracy.
A project of the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies at the University of Washington.
Sponsored by the UW Department of Geography; UW Law, Societies & Justice Program; UW Jackson School of International Studies; UW School of Social Work; UW Department of Political Science; and UW Department of History.
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