The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker
Everyone is invited to a book discussion and luncheon on October 23 after worship in the Hoffman Room. Whether or not you have read (or finished) the book, you are welcome to be part of the discussion.
In the last three decades, millions of American workers have lost their jobs, their health insurance and their pension plans. Violations of safety regulations are increasingly common. The hourly wage has scarcely increased at all, even as the risk of being laid off has risen sharply. The Big Squeeze tells the personal stories of workers who have had to adapt to these changes and endure ongoing stresses and strains. Hear their stories and share solutions.
The youth will provide a simple Ethiopian vegetarian stew and rice. The discussion about this timely book is sponsored by the Economic Justice Task Force.