As the political climate has shifted, we must learn how to work better across class, and to lift up the voices of working-class and low-income people who stand to be most affected by the actions of the new administration.
“Class Action creates a safe and participatory way to explore challenging issues that we need to explore to build a more whole community.”
-Recent workshop participant
- In this workshop, participants will explore:
- How class identities affect our lives, our work and our relationships
- How race intersects with class
- How we can become more inclusive with others from different class backgrounds than ourselves and why that’s important
- How we can build community with people from all class backgrounds
Class Action has spent 13 years developing creative ways of asking questions, sharing personal experiences and helping people to engage with issues of class in a meaningful way. Our popular education workshops are highly interactive, engaging and focused on learning from one another in the room.
Facilitators: Denise Moorehead and Joanie Parker
Cost: $5-$40 based on ability to pay (Space is limited)
Class Action inspires action to end classism and extreme inequality by providing tools, training and inspiration to raise awareness about social class, build cross-class solidarity, and shift cultural beliefs to transform
institutions and systems.
A project of the Institute for Policy Studies
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Jamaica Plain, MA 02130