Classism describes discrimination based on social origin. It is directed against people from the poor or working class, it affects life expectancy, and it limits access to housing, education, health care, and recognition. With Solidarisch gegen Klassismus (With Solidarity against Classism), Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Francis Seeck and Brigitte Theißl compile the first German-language anthology on anti-classicism.
The book Solidarisch gegen Klassizismus (With Solidarity against Classism) is a an anthology with 27 contributions. In addition to scientific contributions, the anthology contains field reports, interviews, and creative forms of expression.
To learn more about the content of the anthology, you can read an article in German here.