Worker's Rights Panel Discussion

October 13, 2023 @ 10:00AM — 11:30AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

The Festival Center: 1640 Columbia Rd Washington, DC 20009 Get Directions

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Join us for an enlightening and empowering evening as we delve into the heart of the workers' rights movement in the United States. Our Worker's Rights Panel Discussion brings together three influential organizations dedicated to championing the cause of workers in the District of Columbia and beyond: ROC DC, National Domestic Workers Alliance, First Shift Justice Project, and DC Jobs with Justice.

About the Event: In a world where the labor force is the backbone of our society, it is crucial to understand the challenges faced by workers and the strides being made to secure their rights and dignity. This panel discussion provides a platform for insightful dialogue and thought-provoking discussions led by experts and activists from these prominent organizations.

What to Expect:

  1. Expert Insights: Learn from the experts about the pressing issues affecting workers today, from fair wages to workplace safety.
  2. Organizational Perspectives: Gain insights into the missions and goals of ROC DC, National Domestic Workers Alliance, and DC Jobs with Justice, and discover how they are driving change.
  3. Current Challenges: Understand the current challenges faced by workers, exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic, and the strategies being employed to overcome them.
  4. Success Stories: Be inspired by success stories and milestones achieved in the fight for workers' rights, proving that change is possible.
  5. Community Engagement: Explore how these organizations engage with the local community, empowering individuals to make a difference.
  6. Audience Participation: Your voice matters! Engage in the discussion, ask questions, and contribute to the conversation.
  7. Call to Action: Discover how you can get involved, whether through volunteering, advocacy, or supporting workers' rights campaigns.

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