The Labor and Working Class Studies Project
Presents a Teach-in on
THE ECONOMICS OF THE WISCONSIN LABOR STRUGGLE
Friday, March 11, 7PM
First United Methodist Church, 203 Wisconsin Avenue
* Jim Cavanaugh, South Central Federation of Labor
* Laura Dresser, Center on Wisconsin Strategy
* Patrick Hickey, Workers Rights Center
* Edo Navot, Graduate Student Researcher, COWS
* Michael Rosen, Milwaukee Area Technical College
* The event welcomes a special musical guest, Dan Bern
* Are public sector workers responsible for the state's fiscal crisis? Are they overcompensated?
* Who's got a vested economic interest in this fight? Who benefits? Who loses?
* What would an alternative budget that involves "shared sacrifice" look like?
* What is the relationship among unions, the economy, and inequality? How would a revitalized labor movement help all workers?
Free and open to the public
The Labor & Working Class Studies Project is a collaborative campus-labor-community initiative to connect the campus and the community in dialogue and action on issues related to labor and working class people. For more information, contact Patrick Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.