From Missouri Green Party Outreach <[email protected]>
Subject May Day: Degrowing the Work Week
Date April 20, 2024 3:35 AM
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Missouri Green Party Members and Supporters are Invited to a webinar:

May Day: Degrowing the Work Week!

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

5:30 pm PT, 6:30 MT,7:30 pm CT, 8:30 ET,Wed,?May 1, 2024

The survival of humanity requires a massive decrease in harmful production while increasing the necessities of life for impoverished people.?

- Who will decide what is essential vs. unnecessary?

- Should those decisions be made by working people or left to the capitalist class and its politicians?

- What do union folk such as steelworkers, autoworkers, and teamsters think their role should be in a "just transition"?

- How have German workers won a shorter work week?

- Most of all, how would a socially just society affect the new wave of "gig" or "precarious" workers?

- If you have ever worked for a living, join the discussion.


- Mike Stout, Steelworker, Green Party of Pittsburgh

- Edith Heller, Workers for Future (Germany)

- Michael Savwoir, Teamsters for a Democratic Union

- Tino Scalici, United Auto Workers Local 249

- Orlando Johnson,?Gig worker, Green Party of California

- Kim Scipes,?Green?Social Thought?(moderator)

You Must Register for the Meeting or click on the link below:

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Registration details: The webinar is?NO COST, but you need to?REGISTER?to attend.

Clickto register for webinar or copy link into your browser:?

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