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Will a job defeat poverty? How well could you live on a minimum wage?


In 1998, political activist and author of “Nickel and Dimed”, Barbara
Ehrenreich set out as an undercover journalist to answer just those
questions. The Leadership and Community-Service Learning Office and Voices of
Social Change invites you to join Ms. Ehrenreich as she discusses the
intersections of economic justice and women’s rights in today’s society,
offering a fresh perspective on the progress that has been made and that
still needs to be made. Learn about the riveting story that spurred a
college student from the physics laboratories of Reed College to take
positive action for worker’s rights at Yale, Miami, Charlottesville and
 Michigan.


Tuesday, May 1st 2012

7:00PM – 8:30PM (followed by Book Signing)

Hoff Theater, Adele H. Stamp Student Union

-- 
Manka Banda
B.A. Global Public Health, Expected May 2012
B.S. General Biology
International Development and Conflict Management minor
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, 20740

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