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Conference, May 28-31, 2009
View from Wabash Ave.
Thank you all for what was a wonderful conference! Over 360 people attended!! Pictures are now available, click here for a link to the flickr website. Feel free to add your own tags and comments. The conference also got some press coverage, thank you to Carl Zimring, click here for a link to the Daily Kos and here for History News Network coverage. If any of you have not yet joined LAWCHA please do so by clicking here for a link to the LAWCHA website (500 members strong!). We will leave the website up for a few more months. Take care and keep in touch! For a final copy of the program, including the very last minute changes, click here.
We will continue to honor the memories Archie Green and Franklin Rosemont
by ensuring that working-class and labor history are alive and well.
The LAWCHA-Chicago Conference was co-sponsored by The Labor and Working-Class History Association and the Fund for Labor Culture and History (Laborlore Conversations IV) with additional support from The Chicago Center for Working-Class Studies, UNITE-HERE, Chicago Jobs With Justice, The Association for the Study of African American Life and History-Chicago Branch, Dominican University, The Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation, Northwestern University, and Roosevelt University.
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