May Day and the Fight Over the Work Day

May Day and the Fight Over the Work Day

The Teamsters Human Rights and Diversity Commission & the Teamsters History Project Proudly
Announces a History Program: 

“May Day and the Fight Over the Work Day”

The Human Rights and Diversity Commission, in conjunction with the Teamsters History Project,

welcomes the next segment of monthly history programs based on Teamsters, the labor movement, and the diversity within our union.

These programs are designed to look at a wide variety of aspects in our shared past, including events in Black, Women’s, Hispanic, and LGBTQ+ histories and their impact on Teamsters and the labor movement.

The programs, presented in Zoom format, will be open to all and approximately 90 minutes in length; registration is required to receive the link to join the session.  We do encourage you to share this announcement with anyone you believe to be interested;  this is not just for Teamsters but to everyone in your communities.  We hope this program will generate some lively discussion and ideas for programs and events at your locals, in your communities, and at home.

 

 

The program will be
 
Sunday, May 19, 2024

1:00pm – 2:30pm EST 

Presented by  Barry Eidlin
Associate Professor of Sociology
McGill University

If you are interested in attending, please click on the link http://ibt.io/2024HRDC to register.

             
Should you have any questions or inquiries on general series information, please contact Loren Fortune at lfortune@teamster.org 

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