"WHAT NEXT FOR THE WISCONSIN LABOR STRUGGLE? STRATEGIES, TACTICS, & MOVEMENT BUILDING" Madison, WI Wednesday, April 27, 2011 Third in a series of teach-ins. Presenting a most challenging and fundamental question. How do we build a sustainable coalition-based movement that encompasses those long-disenfranchised people from low-income backgrounds and diverse communities who have long been fighting for justice, working alongside those folks in the white, middle class mainstream who may be relatively new to this kind of protest movement? How do we honor the work that has gone on before, bringing others to the table without taking over the table? Doing justice to the diversity of people, issues, and approaches arising out of the WI Capitol Protests. Building meaningful, inclusive coalition. Where do we go from here? With: * Samantha Jordan, Wisconsin Resists * David Nack, School for Workers * Andrew Sernatinger, Solidarity * Kabzuag Vaj, Freedom Inc. The Labor and Working Class Studies Project is a collaborative campus-labor-community initiative to connect the campus and community in dialogue and action is issues related to labor and working class people. For more information, please contact Patrick Barrett at at email@example.com or 608.262.0854.+ More details
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