A workshop conversation with Kim Bobo, Executive Director of Interfaith Worker Justice; Spencer Bradford, Durham Communities in Action; Keith Ludlum, UFCW Local 1208; Larsene Taylor, NC Public Service Workers Union; Nick Wood, NC Jobs with Justice; Zaina Alsous, Student Action with Workers.
Veteran labor and faith activists will open the discussion with their experiences of how interfaith organizing has helped workers win fair treatment then all are welcome to join in a discussion of how such activism could advance economic justice in our state today and what forms it might take.
Lunch will be provided to registrants, but advance registration is required for all participants: please register at firstname.lastname@example.org. (We will have translation equipment for Spanish speakers. Please mention in registration.)
”’Location: Westbrook Building, adjacent to Duke Chapel, room 0013W.”’ Parking available at the Bryan Center lot on Science Drive.
Sponsors: The CLASS Center (Center for the Study of Class, Labor, and Social Sustainability) at Duke; Durham Congregations in Action; North Carolina AFL-CIO, the NC Council of Churches; NC Jobs with Justice; Student Action with Farmworkers; the Workers Rights Project of the NC Justice Center.