We know that Social Stimulus Do-Gooders, like yourself, are aware that we are all important pieces of a larger community. Communities thrive when every voice has the opportunity to be heard, but there are many obstacles holding back voices that are vital and often go unheard.
This free and open to the public conference is an opportunity to expand our horizons and understand ways to break down the walls of economic and political inequality that stifle those voices which are integral to the health of our community. Don't miss out!
Join Ron and other interested members of your community:
Thursday, March 27th
7:30 pm @ Memorial Hall
610 S. Limestone
Ellen Goodman, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist lecture:
“Inequality: Working Moms, Designated Daughters, and the Risks of Caregiving”
Friday, March 28th
9:30 am – 4:30 pm @ University of Kentucky Worsham Theatre
404 S. Limestone St.
UK Student Center
Prof. Ron Eller, University of Kentucky:
"Inequality in Appalachia (with attention to racial issues)"
Prof. Bruce Laurie, UMass Emeritus:
"The Decline of Unions and the Rise of Inequality"
Prof. David Courtwright, University of North Florida:
"The Culture War and the Rise of Inequality"
Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research:
"Inequality, Causes, Consequences"
Questions? contact Ron Formisano, History, University of Kentucky firstname.lastname@example.org