U.S. Labor History Comes Alive in Greensboro, Sunday 4/15-5/20

Using history to find the path forward

Fall out from the 2008 financial crisis continues. Even as the United States struggles to emerge from the Great Recession, major challenges remain for working people in the United States – highly concentrated capital and power in the hands of a very few, chief among them.

Triad chapter of Jobs with Justice’s labor history classes will return in 2012 with a lecture series on the untold story of labor in the United States. Class begins Sunday, April 15 and will run every Sunday through May 20. The topic of the series will be “The Way Forward for Working People in Today’s Economic Crisis”.

What: Labor History lecture series
 2:00 to 4:00 PM every Sunday from April 15 to May 20
 Communication Workers of America (CWA) union hall, 129 Industrial Ave, Greensboro, NC 27406

Long-time labor activist, letter carrier / executive board member of the NALC state council, and labor educator, Richard Koritz will facilitate.

There is a nominal registration fee (a donation of $15 for individuals, $5 for low-wage earners or the unemployed) to cover the cost of books, videos, and other materials.

Check out the flyer for more information about the Spring 2012 series of U.S. Labor History Comes Alive!