Labor History

Film Festival about Work, and the People who Do It

Monday, December 19, 2011 - 6:00pm

Three films for the Canadian Labor International Film Festival:  "Breathtaking," about workers in the asbestos industry; "Locked Out," about borax miners in the American southwest; and "Triangle: Remembering the Fire," about the 1911 fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City.   Free admission.

Immigration and labor: Then and now

Gabriela Flora of AFSC in Colorado and spouse Jim Walsh, a labor history professor at the University of Colorado-Denver, discuss immigration on KGOAT radio, Idaho Springs, Colo.

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Immigration and Labor -- Then and Now

Gabriela Flora of AFSC Colorado and her spouse, Jim Walsh, a labor history professor at the University of Colorado-Denver, discuss immigration on KGOAT radio, Idaho Springs, Colorado.

http://www.kygt.org/audio/Jerry/2011/Jim_Walsh_Gabriela_Flora4-2-11.mp3

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