Read Sarah “Sadye” Stern’s insightful review of Barbara Miner’s Lessons from the Heartland here.
This wonderful column, “NoteWorthy,” features some wonderful activities from our members and friends of the organization, courtesy of Jane Latour, editor of our newsletter, Work History News. And be on the lookout for our upcoming edition of Work History News, coming soon on this site and in members’ mailboxes!
Both the New York Labor History Association and the NYLHA Working (Youth) Group are proud to host two separate nights at the Workers Unite! Film Festival from May 9-May 19. On Monday, May 12, 6:00 p.m., the NYLHA Working Group is hosting a night of films entitled “Films from the Frontlines,” featuring four short films: Overpass Light Brigade, Under the Bus, TWU Organizing Across the Country, and Tala, all at Cinema Village @ University Place, 22 East 12th Street. NYLHA is hosting a night of films entitled “Equal Pay for Equal Work,” featuring three films: The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter, Never Got A Dime: Lilly Ledbetter’s Story, and Made in Dagenham, on Tuesday, May 13, 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., also at Cinema Village.
For tickets and information about the entire festival, go to Workers Unite! Film Festival.