Dollars & Sense Forum on Economic Justice and African-American Communities

A special upcoming event from Dollars & Sense

Economic Justice & African-American Communities
A Dollars & Sense Forum

with
Diane Dujon
Longtime welfare rights and anti-poverty organizer; editor of For Crying Out Loud: Women’s Poverty in the United States; administrator at the College of Public and Community Service, U. Mass-Boston.

Bill Fletcher Jr.
Longtime labor and international activist; until recently president of TransAfrica Forum; former education director of the AFL-CIO following years as an organizer in the SEIU, District 65-UAW, and other unions.

Chuck Turner
Boston City Councilor and longtime activist; has directed a CDC, an organizer training center, and a jobs agency for construction workers of color; worked at a nonprofit consulting firm focused on establishing worker cooperatives.

Friday, September 15, 2006
7:00 p.m.
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston Street
Copley Square, Boston

Sliding-scale contribution: $5 to $20
Reception following the forum: contribution of $20 or more

This forum honors Chris Tilly, scholar and activist of labor and equality issues, who “retired” from the Dollars & Sense collective this year after 20 years of dedicated involvement.
Please join us in celebrating Chris’s contribution !!

For more information or to purchase tickets,
please call 617-447-2177 or visit www.dollarsandsense.org.
Tickets also available at the door.

Since 1974, Dollars & Sense has been a leading source of left economic analysis. A perennial Project Censored award winner, its bimonthly magazine demystifies mainstream economics and gives voice to those the capitalist system leaves behind. In addition, its “Real World” series of classroom readers reaches 10,000 undergraduates each year, subverting the neoliberal orthodoxy that dominates the college economics curriculum and inspiring a new generation of economic-justice activists.

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