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Social Justice After COVID Panel Series #2: Labor, Working Conditions, and COVID-19

May 20, 2020

Professor Tracey Osborne is hosting an online panel discussion on May 21, 2020 featuring international scholars

  • Andrea Dehlendorf —  United for Respect/Making Change at Walmart
  • Juan de Lara — University of Southern California
  • Deena Ladd — Workers Action Centre Toronto
  • Gagandeep Kaur —  Warehouse Workers Alliance, Toronto
  • Steve Tufts — York University, Toronto Airport Workers Council

to discuss public access how the COVID crisis is affecting essential workers and workplaces, the role of employment insecurity in shaping safety and security for these workers and the society that relies upon them, and potentially transformative outcomes for working conditions, corporate power, workers rights and (in)equality that could arise from the pandemic. More info about the event and speakers can be obtained here (link).

The panel will be broadcast live on Thursday, May 21, 2020 — 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET  — livecast on York University's Faculty of Environmental Studies Facebook page (weblink) 

This event is part of a panel series co-sponsored by York University, University of California Merced and University of Washington.