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Discussion: “Ethical Consumption under Capitalism” with Aydin Anwar
October 18, 2020 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join us on October 18th for an in-depth discussion on how we as consumers can ethically engage under capitalism. With a flawed system that prioritizes low cost while leaving ethical labor and treatment in the dust, this will help us navigate actionable ways we can move forward! We will be taking a specific lens on Uyghur forced labor. Facilitator: Aydin Anwar
Zoom ID: 993 4670 5543
This event is sponsored by the Duke Muslim Student Association.