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: Site Map

The following "site map" is a list of the pages on this website, with their descriptions (not including links to other sites).

Home: the introduction to the site

  -> "The Meaning of a Living Wage": the extended report (including interviews) on the project (.pdf). Available soon.

About the Project: description of the campus living wage project and history

  -> About Me: information about me and my interests in the living wage campaign.

Campaign Profiles: information about the campaigns and non-profits those interviewed are involved in.

   -> EmPI warning: a brief page about the public relations effort called "Employment Policies Institute," an anti-living wage and minimum wage "institute".

Interviews: links to the interviews featured on the sidebar.
   
Lessons & Guides: collected advice from the activists interviewed to other student activists, as well as links to two guides helpful to student-labor organizing.

Reflections: my thoughts on some common issues and insights from the interviews and research.

Contributing to the Project: if you would like to be interviewed, have suggestions, or would otherwise like to contribute, this is the page to go to. (In short, email me.)

Links: links to interesting living wage and labor activism sites, with descriptions.

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

Last Updated 1.31.05
Research and design by Adam Stone
astone(at)stanford.edu
Feedback welcome
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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.