In case you missed our previous posts, registration is live for Pacific Northwest Labor History Association (PNLHA) 2022 Labor History Conference: Using Labor’s Past to Mobilize for Labor’s Future.
PNLHA’s 2022 Labor History Conferencewill feature examples, strategies, and opportunities to workshop ideas for using labor history to inspire, organize and mobilize today’s workers. Conference workshops include Race and Labor: Pursuing Racial Justice and Building Anti-Racist Unions. Attendees will also be able to tour the exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society: Building Solidarity for 30 Years, Portland Jobs with Justice.
Don’t miss the Public Plenary Panel! Free and open to the public, the community is invited to attend the plenary discussion which will explore the history of JwJ’s origins and development as an activist organization.
Whether you are able to join for the full-day conference, or simply the public panel, join us to reflect on the past, present, and future of JWJ’s labor-community connections. The panel discussion will feature Margaret Butler, Alice Dale, Veronica Dujon, Rev. Cecil Prescod, and Meredith Schafer, and will be moderated by Bob Bussel. Read more about it here!
Full Conference: Saturday, April 23rd from8 – 5:30pm; Registration: $30
Morning: First Congregational Church
Afternoon: Oregon Historical Society
Register for the Conference here. Limited fee waivers available on request.
Panel, 2-3:30,free and open to the public, at the Oregon Historical Society
More information online or email the PNLHA here.