Social class has suddenly been catapulted from a taboo topic to the topic of the year. People
everywhere are talking about the Occupy Wall Street and 98% Movements; the distribution of the
tax burden; the role of big money in politics; or the attack on the middle class. If you're looking for
a way to understand these issues more deeply or to take part in the conversation, consider booking an educational workshop through the Working Class Student Union for your student organization, residence hall community, class, staff training session, or departmental meeting.
Our workshops are created and facilitated by an officer of the Working Class Student Union and can be tailored to fit within your timeframe and to address any specific questions or concerns your group may have. Possible workshop topics include, but are not limited to, the following: class dynamics on campus or in a broader social context; breaking down class-based stereotypes and prejudices; the intersection of class and other identity categories; social class and language use; the experiences of working-class or first-generation college students; effective advising strategies with first-generation college students; and class sensitivity in the lecture hall. To discuss workshop options, contact our Outreach Director, Lori A. Randall, at email@example.com.