Join Erica Smiley and Sarita Gupta as they discuss their book, The Future We Need: Organizing for a Better Democracy in the Twenty-First Century. It brings a novel perspective to building worker power and what labor organizing could look like in the future, suggesting ways to evolve collective bargaining to match the needs of modern people—all as a central element of building a healthy democracy.
Thursday, April 13
Pound Hall; 102
Harvard Law School
1563 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138
Lunch will be provided.
About Clean Slate in Action
This book talk marks the first event of “Clean Slate in Action: Mapping the Road to Labor Law Reform,” our new public event series highlighting the efforts of our partners in policy, advocacy, and organizing across the country working to realize the vision of the Clean Slate project. Hosted at Harvard Law School’s Center for Labor and a Just Economy, we bring together workers, organizers, advocates, and policy experts to discuss novel policy ideas, worker organizing campaigns, and latest findings from the frontiers of labor law reform. Learn more about Clean Slate in Action here.