Labor Education Program

These are tumultuous times for workers and for unions. There has never been a greater need for union members to educate themselves and forge a new strategy to go forward. Participants in this two-day program will learn about and discuss the lessons of labor’s past that can help us formulate a path to advance workers’ rights and to build dynamic unions.

Topics include: overview of labor and working class history and its lessons for today’s labor movement, a discussion of unions and people of color, a conversation about women in the labor movement, and a dialogue about labor and politics.

Dates: February 25 & March 4, 2017
Time: 9AM – 5PM (Lunch will be provided)
Location: CTU Offices at 1901 W. Carrol
Instructors: Prof. Robert Bruno, Prof. Steve Ashby, and Prof. Emily Twarog
Deadline for registering and payment: February 20, 2017

All students will receive a complimentary copy of the new book: A Fight for the Soul of Public Education: The Chicago Teachers Strike by Steven K. Ashby and Robert Bruno

If interested, pay by check by making checks payable to:

THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
MARIA DOKES
THE RICE BUILDING, SUITE #110
815 W. VANBUREN
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60607

For more information, or to pay by credit card check out his form.

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