Delivery Exception: Supply Chain Justice & Reconciliation

Delivery Exception brings together scholars and organizers to talk about supply chain justice.

The logistics revolution has demanded the extraction of value at any cost. The government it assembled has left the world fragmented and fragile—an endless ocean of cargo containers stretching from factory to fulfillment center. How many have been exploited, displaced, and enslaved—with not just countries, but entire cultures bought, sold, and thrown away? Supply chains stand amid the greatest period of environmental degradation in the history of the world, with landscapes torn asunder, skies and seas polluted. What does justice mean in an age of supply chain capitalism? What reconciliation can we hope for, and when will it arrive?

Delivery Exception

DELIVERY EXCEPTION: SUPPLY CHAIN JUSTICE & RECONCILIATION is a speaker series bringing together scholars and organizers to discuss logistical justice and examine the possibilities of reconciliation in an era of supply chain capitalism.

Spring 2024 Schedule

Friday, January 26th at 6PM ET
TAMARA KNEESE (Data & Society)

Thursday, February 8th at 12PM ET
JESS BIER & JESSICA STEINMAN (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Wednesday, February 21st at 12PM ET

Wednesday, March 6th at 7PM ET
CHRISTINA DUNBAR-HESTER (University of Southern California) & ATHENA TAN (Plug in IE)

Monday, March 18th at 6PM ET
MIRIAM POSNER (University of California, Los Angeles)

Wednesday, March 27th at 6PM ET
BENJAMIN MCKEAN (Ohio State University), JESSICA CHAMPAGNE (Worker Rights Consortium ), & ANGELES SOLIS (Make the Road Action)

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