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‘Revolutionary Nonviolence’ online seminar will be May 20

The University of Washington Tacoma’s Labor Solidarity Project will present “Revolutionary Nonviolence: An Online Seminar on Organizing for Freedom” on Friday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The seminar will feature Dr. Kent Wong, the Director of the UCLA Labor Center, along with labor and community activists, and UWT students. Click here to register.

Other co-sponsors of this event include UW Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, the Labor Education and Research Center at South Seattle College, the Pacific Northwest Labor History Association, and the Washington State Labor Council AFL-CIO.

The Labor Solidarity Project at UW Tacoma consists of faculty and students working to highlight labor studies in the curriculum, in research, and through community outreach. It has organized speakers, research programs, and additional curriculum to highlight and deepen our region’s understanding of its distinctive and proud labor history and to shape a future of economic justice and opportunity for all through community-engaged higher education.

Join the UWT Labor Solidarity Project for various Zoom lectures and discussions throughout the year. When registering for the May 20 event you can to subscribe to their email list. Learn more about the UWT Labor Solidarity Project by viewing its archived presentations on this YouTube channel playlist.

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