Social Justice for a Global Working ClassMLWCH Colloquium

June 10, 2016
Purdue University, United States

With increased national awareness of police brutality, and economic exploitation many have argued the uprisings in Ferguson and Baltimore, the battle against RFRA in Indiana, and the nation-wide Fight for 15! are the beginnings of a new era in civil rights grounded in working class social movements. As protesters chant “From Ferguson to Palestine,” scholars and activists are challenged to view oppression, and social reform as an international phenomenon impacting a global working class.

CFP Deadline extended! New deadline is March 20.

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