With hundreds of courses offered each semester, it can hard to identify classes and professors that center issues of worker rights and social justice. We compiled this list to make that a bit easier for you. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions for our list. African-American Studies The Psychic Holds of Slavery – […]
The Kalmanovitz Initiative convenes and supports activists, advocates, and academics in line with our mission of advancing workers’ rights and economic justice.
The Kalmanovitz Initiative draws upon the resources of a great university to educate and engage a new generation of leaders dedicated to a just, democratic, and inclusive economy.
Drawing on Georgetown’s distinctive identity as an arena of policy formulation and debate, the Kalmanovitz Initiative fosters approaches aimed at creating equitable, sustainable, and empowering workplace relations in a fast-changing economy.
Amanda L. Scott is an Alabama native, D.C. transplant, civil rights paralegal in the Georgetown University Class of 2019. I almost missed out on my dream job because of $400 in medical debt. After receiving a job offer, I agreed to undergo a credit check as part of a routine background investigation. My credit report […]
Higher education has become so inaccessible to working-class students that there are over 500 campus food pantries in the United States. In this week’s Working-Class Perspective, Allison L. Hurst describes that students from lower-income families face fundamental challenges in college campuses, starting with access to food and a safe place to sleep. Nothing highlights the […]