Saturday, October 3 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Global Capital & the Disposability of Workers & the Poor in the COVID Era

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This panel brings together labor lawyers and leaders from around the globe to discuss what the pandemic has revealed about the structure of global capitalism, racial capitalism and exploitation, and the impact on workers in the global supply chain during COVID. Preliminary Reading for the major panel: "Until We Win: Black Labor and Liberation in the Disposable Era" by Kali Akuno (2015).

Sponsor: International Labor Justice Working Group


Moderator: Suzanne Adely, NLG IC & Food Chain Workers Alliance

Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights & NLG Member

Biju Mathew, International Alliance of App Based Transportation Workers

Max Bakwana, President of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers (NADEL), Labor Advisor

Luisa Fernanda Duque, President of the Association of Latin American Labor Lawyers

Danielle Bisnar, Canadian Association of Labor Lawyers


Saturday October 3, 2020 12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT
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