What: Former soccer coach Jim Keady claims sport shoe and clothing manufacturer Nike is guilty of exploiting its workers. What's the real story? Attend a 90-minute, interactive, multimedia presentation by Keady. The founding director of "Educating for Justice" says he spent a month in an Indonesian factory workers' slum, living on $1.25 a day, which is what he says is a typical wage for Nike's subcontracted workers. Keady's lecture will address NIKE labor practices, economic justice and fair trade. When: Tuesday, October 26, at 7 p.m.
Where: Soda Activity Center, Saint Mary's College of California, 1928 St. Mary's Rd., Moraga
For more information, contact Ryan Lamberton, at (925) 631-4015
Presented by: CILSA, Theology & Religious Studies Department & Kinesiology Department, with additional support from CCIE, Cummins Institute, Social Justice Coordinating Committee, Athletics Department, the Graduate Business/T-GEMBA Program, and Mission & Ministry Center.