Authors Kerri Arsenault (Mill Town), Celeste Monforton and Jane M. Von Bergen (On the Job: The Untold Story of Worker Centers and the New Fight for Wages, Dignity, and Health) and Farah Stockman (American Made) come together to discuss economic precarity, displacement, wages, and the meaning and fulfillment that comes from remunerative work—and the emptiness and loss that comes when that work either disappears or is so underpaid that it is simply unsustainable.
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- Moderator: David A. Graham, Atlantic staff writer
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Kerri Arsenault, Jane M. Von Bergen, Celeste Monforton, Farah Stockman, Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains, On the Job: The Untold Story of Worker Centers and the New Fight for Wages, Dignity, and Health, American Made:What Happens to People When Work Disappears