This Friday, November 2nd, at 200 Church at 4:30 p.m., writer Nona Willis Aronowitz ’06 will give a talk titled “Minimum Ragers.” Her lecture will focus on the economic fate of the downwardly mobile Millennials and how that will affect the future of labor movements and how we think about our professional identity. This discussion will be based on Nona’s work as manifested in her “Hustlin” series at GOOD Magazine.
Nona’s writing about feminism, sex, politics, and pop culture has appeared in The Nation, The New York Observer, The Atlantic, The Village Voice, Slate, The American Prospect, Salon, and The Washington Post. She also edited the anthology of her mother Ellen Willis’s rock criticism and co-wrote the book Girldrive: Criss-crossing American, Redefining Feminism after graduating from Wesleyan.
You can learn more about Nona’s work by visiting her website.
This event is sponsored by the Adelphic Educational Fund, SALD, After Hours Literary Magazine, and the Sociology Department.