Archive: Amy Goldstein
When GM announced in November that it planned to close five plants in the United States and Canada, many were quick to point the finger at those who will suffer the consequences: the workers. Why hadn’t they planned better? Gone to college? Moved to a different city? Voted differently? Made even more concessions with their union? In this week’s Working-Class Perspective, John Russo and Sherry Linkon explain why these ideas are wrong and why they matter.
Category: Visiting Scholars
One day after the release of her new book, Janesville: an American Story, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and KI Practitioner Fellow Amy Goldstein returned to campus for an intimate discussion with Dr. Sherry Linkon and members of the Georgetown community.
An intimate story of one proud community devastated by the Great Recession, and its implications for the nation. Told by award-winning Washington Post journalist and Kalmanovitz Initiative fellow Amy Goldstein.
We invite Georgetown students to join us on Friday, October 31, for a lunch with our fellow Amy Goldstein, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from the Washington Post.