Overworked and Undervalued: Women, Race, and the Economy

“Overworked and Undervalued: Women, Race and the Economy,” is a curriculum we co-developed with United Methodist Women. They are using it with hundreds of their members to reflect on personal experiences of the economy, see the role that racism and sexism play, and explore the rules that underlie growing inequality. They have also converted this values-based training for use in Bible study.

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Pocket Political Education

Help fight Inequality with UFE’s new “Pocket-Political Education” Resource

For 25 years, UFE has joined all those fighting against the growing wealth divide. That’s why we’re excited to announce our new resource, “Pocket Political Education”: a tool that can help anyone become a movement builder and leader in the fight against economic, racial, and gender inequality!

In the format of a simple deck of cards, this resource facilitates interactive dialogue by helping people connect the dots between economic, racial, and gender inequality. Decades of experience using popular education went into this. We hope the new tool inspires people across many movements to facilitate dialogue on race, gender, and the economy at their workplace or in their community. And with a stronger sense of the roots of inequality, we hope that even more people will take action to build a stronger movement for a fair economy.

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The Growing Divide

The Growing Divide is UFE's highly acclaimed workshop that over 100,000 people have participated in nationwide. We review recent trends in income and wealth distribution through participatory “human graph” activities, demystify the hype on the national deficit and debt, and examine the rule changes that fuel inequality. The workshop also offers a range of strategies and steps we can take to reverse the growing gap between the rich and everyone else, and set us on a path of broadly shared economic recovery.

 

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Immigration Workshop

There is a growing clamor about our immigration “problem.” But what are the facts about immigration? What is pushing and pulling workers and families to leave their homeland and emigrate to the U.S.? Who benefits from rules that allow in some workers and criminalize others? What do foreign-born and domestic workers have in common? How can we evaluate proposed immigration “reforms”? This latest addition to UFE’s lineup of popular economics education workshops provides information, analysis, and strategies for action to close the political and social divides that pit workers and communities against each other. 

 

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Bankers, Brokers, Bubbles, and Bailouts

Bankers , Brokers, Bubbles and Bailout is aimed at activists, students, workers—anyone interested in helping our towns, states, and nations construct and economy that is more equitable for everyone.  Our method builds on a popular education framework, where we connect to the experience and expertise of participants so they can become more engaged as potential activists. 

In the workshop, participants review the trends and events that created the housing bubble and the financial meltdown, and explore the impact of the crisis on their jobs, families and communities. Together they identify strategies and individual actions they can take to help build a broad-based, inclusive, democratic social movement that will create a more equitable economy. 

 

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The Racial Wealth Divide

UFE's Racial Wealth Divide workshop helps explore how our current economic inequality has been and continues to be shaped by racialized policies and behavior from the past to the contemporary. The workshop focuses on the role of government policies and reveals how critically important it is for us to abolish racial wealth inequality and the society that creates and maintains it. Thus the workshop is a critical education tool that helps workshops participants understand why things are the way they are. The workshop also helps participants develop strategies, campaigns and actions that will help create greater economic equality and racial economic justice.

 

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War & The Economy (2008 Edition)

This interactive 90-minute workshop explores the impact of war and militarism on the US economy, examines militarism from race, gender, and class perspectives, and demonstrates how war and militarism drain resources from basic family and community needs.

 

 

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