ASSEMBLY Ep 03: Economic Justice (cont.)

ASSEMBLY podcast

In this episode of the ASSEMBLY podcast, we continue our discussion of economic justice. We explore how organizing is different from charity and organizing, and look at several on-the-ground examples of worker organizing.

Our panelists are

  • Rabbi Jonathan Klein, executive director of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE), Los Angeles
  • Dr. Joerg Rieger, theology professor at Vanderbilt University Divinity School, Nashville
  • Rosemarie Henkel Rieger, labor organizer and co-founder of the Southeast Center for Cooperative Development, Nashville
  • Dr. Kate Ward, ethics professor at Marquette University, Milwaukee

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