First Gen Students Digital Storytelling Project


Spare Some Change? Institutional Change Must Be Guided By Leadership Who Listen
Source: Classism Exposed | 2014-11-20

How the non-homeless talk about homeless people
Source: Classism Exposed | 2014-11-19

The Benefit of the Doubt: Homelessness and Trust Stigma
Source: Classism Exposed | 2014-11-19

Class War in the Tax Code
Source: WC Perspectives | 2014-11-17


The Working-Class Studies Association was formed in 2005 to support and promote interdisciplinary and activist projects focused on working-class lives and culture. The WCSA publishes a semi-annual newsletter, holds annual conferences, sponsors an awards competition, and provides online resources.
The Working-Class Studies Association aims to develop and promote multiple forms of scholarship, teaching, and activism related to working-class life and cultures.