WNA/WKAR: 9 to 5: The Story of a Movement

Date
Time
7pm-8:30pm
Location
Zoom
Description

Women's Networking Association and WKAR Presents: 9 to 5: The Story of a Movement 

Relate the 9to5 movement to current labor movements and potential labor movements such as service and retail front-line workers, gig workers, temporary employees, and workers affected by our current pandemic situation responsible for uncompensated labor such as education and care taking.

Learning Objectives:

1. Recall and summarize the labor movement 9to5.

2. Compare the labor movement 9to5 to other anti-discrimination movements occurring during the same time period.

3. Recognize how the 9to5 movement is still influencing groups today such as MSU’s own Women’s Networking Association.

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Panelists:

Jaimie

Hutchison

MSU Work Life

Lane

Windham

Georgetown- Historian featured in film

Kim

Cook

Founding member of 925

Amanda

Walter

Wayne State- wrote dissertation on 925