Political-Economic Crisis & Popular Response - Screening of "Argentina: Turning Around"
Screening and discussion of "Argentina: Turning Around" a film directed by Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin.
Wednesday, April 08, 20095:30 PM
Cornell Hall D-313
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to be in a real political economic crisis?
- A crisis where companies are laying off 100's and 1000's of workers at a time!
- Where white collar jobs are no longer safe from outsourcing!
- Where the value of your major assets (house, retirement savings) have lost a third or more of their value ... and the fall in value is yet to hit bottom!
- Where the "new jobs" promise, is only that! If you want to see the future, come see this film!
ARGENTINA: TURNING AROUND is the second documentary of this program that deal with the Argentine Crisis in 2001 and its aftermath 6 years later. From the producers of Argentina: Hope in Hard Times, ARGENTINA: TURNING AROUND re-visits worker-run factories, and talks with journalists, economists, and unemployed workers. It provides an intimate view of the new models of work, politics and community development that are now underway, as people re-invent their society to offer a better life for all
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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Center for Argentina, Chile and the Southern Cone, UCLA Center for International Business Education and Research