Jondi Gumz
May 8, 2015

A multimedia presentation premiered at the Museum of Art & History, which was based on research, a survey of 1,300 workers who make less than $15 an hour, and 75 in-depth interviews.

The study is “a census of the invisible,” said Steve McKay, associate professor of sociology and director of the UCSC Center for Labor Studies. The project was conducted following the inquiry from attorney Gretchen Regenhardt of California Rural Legal Assistance.

Living on $10 an hour in Santa Cruz County
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Organizations mentioned/involved: California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA)