The Pacific Northwest Labor History Association’s will host its 2021 annual labor history conference virtually on Friday and Saturday June 25 and 26 featuring keynote speakers Elise Bryant and Bill Fletcher Jr. The event will also include panel discussions with essential workers, eight workshops/performances, and its annual awards honoring a person and an organization that are making labor history today. (See the event brochure for agenda details.) This conference is free to participants and open to all.
The PNLHA brings a history of struggle for labor and human rights to the forefront. For more than 50 years, it has explored regional, national and international issues, and used music, drama, re-enactments, talks and papers to highlight labor history. In this era of economic inequality and right-wing attacks, we need to remember the struggles of working people and unions to try to make the world a better place.
Register now for the June 25-26 PNLHA conference.
Please also consider becoming a member or renewing your membership with the PNLHA. Its members include trade unionists, students, academics, and others who believe the labor movement must know where it’s been to know where it’s going. The PNLHA depends exclusively on individual and organizational memberships and donations to sustain its activities.
The PNLHA is also seeking co-sponsors for the 2021 PNLHA Labor History Conference. There is no cost; they just ask that organizations share the conference announcement with their members and contacts. Please fill out this form so PNLHA can recognize your sponsorship.
For more information about the PNLHA, visit its website at www.pnlha.org.