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Friday | February 20 | 4:30-5:30PM
Labor Cafe: Why is it so much easier to organize unions in Canada than in the US?
Join us for the Labor Cafe, a biweekly venue for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to gather for casual yet critical conversation on contemporary issues related to work, equity, and social justice. All are welcome, with any or no knowledge of labor issues. We’ll provide the caffeine and treats to boost your energy; you bring the questions and concerns to inform the discussions.
This week's topic will be "Why is it so much easier to organize unions in Canada than in the US?" Michelle Langlois, LL.M. International Human Rights Law and Member of the Quebec Bar, will facilitate discussion.
Friday | February 13 | 12-1 PM
Lunchtime Labor RAPS (Research, Advocacy, & Policy Series)
Mireya Loza, Assistant Professor of History and Latino Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will deliver a talk this Friday entitled "Indigenas in the Fields: Mexican Indigenous Communities and the Bracero Program, 1942-1964." Lasting some 22 years, the Bracero Program was a series of agreements on the import of temporary manual laborers from Mexico to the United States.
All are invited to attend the talk. Lunch will be provided.