Youth, Work, and the Future of the Labour Movement

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Join us for a free, virtual discussion on youth, work and the future of the labour movement featuring Teen Vogue labour columnist Kim Kelly.

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The Department of Labour Studies at Brock University and the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS) are excited to welcome Teen Vogue labour columnist and self-described "troublemaker" Kim Kelly for a free, virtual discussion on youth, work and the future of the labour movement.

From reporting on Amazon workers’ fight to unionize to writing columns for Teen Vogue about what it means to go on strike, Kim Kelly is one of the most dynamic labour journalists working today.

Join us for a virtual discussion on March 4th, 7:00-8:30pm (EST).

Discussion to be followed by audience Q&A.

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Kim Kelly is a freelance journalist, author, and organizer based in Philadelphia. She is a labor columnist for Teen Vogue and the Baffler, and her work on labor, class, politics, and culture has appeared in the New Republic, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Columbia Journalism Review, and Esquire, among other publications. She is the author of FIGHT LIKE HELL, a forthcoming book of intersectional labor history. Follow her on Twitter @grimkim.

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