All four of the UMass campuses have worked jointly to published the inaugural issue of the Undergraduate Journal on Work, Labor and Social Movements.
All four of the UMass campuses have worked jointly to published the inaugural issue of the Undergraduate Journal on Work, Labor and Social Movements. Three UMass Dartmouth students were selected for publication. Congratulations to Elijah Pontes, Folasade Imani Smith and Jesse Johnson. They are now graduates, but wrote their articles while students. The journal brings together undergraduate work that displays academic excellence and offers critical insights on the experience of working people and our organizations. The journal addresses ideas across disciplines and that deepen our understanding of the ways in which varying axes of oppression, including gender, race/ethnicity, country of origin, language and sexual orientation, shape the lives of workers. The categories for articles are Research, Creative and Activist Reflection. In addition to being included in the publication, the top three pieces in each submission category have received a cash prize.