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Discuss the jobs crisis
Date Tuesday October 11
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
SMUD Customer Service Center, 6301 “S” St., just west of 65th. Handicapped parking right in front of the building. Plenty of additional parking immediately across S Street. The 65th Street light rail station is just on the other side of 65th. You must check in with the security guard before going to the discussion. The guard can direct you to our room for the evening. (They have it under “Marxist School.”)
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorEllen Schwartz
Emailinfo [at] marxistschool.org
Phone916-369-5510
AddressP.O. Box 160564, Sacramento, CA 95816
Join us for a friendly discussion of what can be done about the persistent unemployment crisis. We are not starting from just one document or review, but many books articles and speeches can inform this discussion. There is no one article or book we are recommending for this. Here is a link to possible readings , or bring your own resources and ideas.
Added to the calendar on Monday Oct 3rd, 2011 6:19 AM
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