Session 4: SeaTac Living Wage Campaign - How Workers and Community Organizing Changed a National Narrative in the US

April 23, 2016
11am - 12pm

Museum of Vancouver

The successful 2013 SeaTac living wage campaign changed the U.S. national narrative about poverty wages and the need for workers to make $15. Learn and discuss with airport worker Socrates Bravo and community organizer Claudia Alexandra Paras about the organizing strategy and tactics of community and labor collaborations that led to the victory. Workshop will include multi-media and aims to foster a discussion on the ways that workers and community can effectively work together for a campaign success.

Presenters: Claudia Alexandra Paras, Puget Sound Sage, and Socrates Bravo, SeaTac

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