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Merrimac + Main Sanctuary

LECTURE: Unions, Workers, and the Wisconsin Economy

Part of our Winter Lecture Series for Lifelong Learning

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LECTURE: Unions, Workers, and the Wisconsin Economy
LECTURE: Unions, Workers, and the Wisconsin Economy

Time & Location

Mar 02, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Merrimac + Main Sanctuary, 115 W Merrimac St, Dodgeville, WI 53533, USA

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About the event

What's the deal with the workforce these days? Are unions growing or declining, and what does this mean for our economy? Join us for a lecture focusing on Wisconsin's own economy, workforce, and unions, exploring where we are today and what the future may bring.

Laura Dresser (MSW, PhD, University of Michigan; BA, Rice University) is Associate Director of High Road Strategy Center. A labor economist who has

written about low-wage jobs, care work, inequality and labor market reform. A co- editor of The Gloves-Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of America’s Labor Market, lead author of every edition of the State of Working Wisconsin, and frequent source on the Wisconsin economy and unions’ role in labor markets.

Join us after the lecture for catered snacks and a discussion with community members about our local economy.

This lecture made possible by funding from the Community Foundation of South Central Wisconsin and generous community support. Your donation of $5-$15 is appreciated and will go towards this and other programming at M+M.

Registration is OPTIONAL but will allow us to send you updates and reminders about this event. Please let us know on the registration page if you will need child care or transportation in order to attend the lecture.

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