Campus Living Wage Project

Interviews

Harvard University
Elaine Bernard
Dan Dimaggio
Madeleine Elfenbein
Lawrence Katz
Roona Ray & Amy Offner

Brown University
Peter Asen
Matthew Jerzyk (Jobs for Justice)
Nick Rutter
Anissa Weinraub

Swarthmore College
Sam Blair
Kae Kalwaic

Economic Policy Institute
Jared Bernstein

ACORN
Jen Kern

Stanford University
Anna Mumford [to come]

Colorado College
Kai Stinchombe [to come]

Interested in being interviewed?

Page: Campaign Profile - Stanford University

Stanford University, Stanford, CA

The Student-Labor Action Coalition is an active coalition of students and student groups at Stanford that has led campaigns for a living wage, code of conduct, and for supporting union contract negotiations. In the Spring of 2003, students staged a public hunger strike to pressure the university to change its hiring policies and rehire a fired worker. Currently, SLAC is pressuring the university with staff and unions to adopt a "code of conduct" for employment policy.

Interview: Anna Mumford - student activist [to come]

Links:
Student Labor Action Coalition: a very complete and up-to-date homepage of the SLAC group. Includes history of the group, links to articles on the campaign, and everything else you would want to know about.
Presidential Committee on Workplace Policies and Practices: the committee formed in response to the student hunger strike in Spring 2003 to report on labor issues at Stanford. Their final report is available here.

Other campus and organization profiles:
Harvard University
Brown University
Swarthmore College
Economic Policy Institute
ACORN (Association of Communities Organized for Reform Now)
Colorado College [coming]

Living Wage Links: ACORN / Harvard PSLM / Economic Policy Institute / Jobs for Justice / United Students Against Sweatshops / LabourStart / PERI / United for a Fair Economy

Last Updated 12.18.04
Research and design by Adam Stone
astone(at)stanford.edu
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This research project was generously funded by the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University, and supported through the efforts of Kent Koth, Renato Rosaldo, my family, and many friends and kind strangers.