The Human Rights and Diversity Commission, in conjunction with The Teamsters History Project, is offering the second segment in a series of programs based on multicultural history.
The programs are designed to look at a wide variety of aspects in our shared past, including events in Black, Women’s, Hispanic and LGBT+ histories and their impact on Teamster and labor history.
The programs, in zoom format, will be open to all and approximately 90 minutes in length. We hope they will generate some lively discussion and ideas for programs and events at your locals.
The program will be
Saturday, May 15 at 1pm EST
Presented by Dr. Eric Arnesen, the
James R. Hoffa Teamsters Professor of Modern American Labor History
"The Great American Protest: The Pursuit of Equality in the Era of the Great Migration"
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