Common Preservation In A Time Of Mutual DestructionJeremy Brecher, Todd Vachon
Todd Vachon is a union carpenter turned educator and faculty member in the Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations at Rutgers University. As the faculty coordinator of the Labor Education Action Research Network, he directs the university’s labor education extension programs, including classes and workshops for workers, unions, and other organizations. Todd earned his PhD in sociology from the University of Connecticut, where he helped to organize the graduate employee union-UAW Local 6950 and served as the first local president. His research, which has been published in a variety of academic journals and edited books, focuses on inequality, labor, climate change, and justice. His current project is a book about the American labor-climate movement, titled Clean Air and Good Jobs: U.S. Labor and the Struggle for a Just Transition.
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|genre||Activism and Human Rights » Activism|
|publisher||PM Press; None edition|
|publish date||May 4, 2021|
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