Class in a "Classless" Society
Class is one of the most prominent divisions in American society and yet one that we don't talk about but should. In this workshop, we'll confront issues of class, understand hidden class biases and discrimination, and talk about how to deal with it. Through small group projects, short writings, discussion, videos, and creative projects, we'll explore what class really means in America, how it affects life choices, politics, etc.
University of Minnesota East Bank
155 Ford Hall 224 Church Street SEMinneapolis, MN 55455
Laura Winton has taught classes through EXCO, Minneapolis Community and Technical College, and the University of Minnesota. She has been an activist for approximately 25 years on issues of poverty and homelessness and has worked at 2 women and children's shelters as well as being involved with welfare rights groups in the late 1990s.
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