Contemporary Boycott Movements: What Works and Why? Dr. Robert Ross
On Sunday, November 17 at Noon Dr. Robert Ross, Professor of Sociology at Clark University will speak on Contemporary Boycott Movements: What Works and Why?. Mr. Ross is a scholar and activist wh has written extensively on sweatshop labor and boycott movements against sweatshops. The event will take place in the Chapel of the First Unitarian Universalist Church where an exhibit of almost 60 posters from various boycott campaigns over the last 50 years are on display. A gallery guide offers lots of interesting information about the posters and the campaigns.
Martha Yager 508-399-6699