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  • CFP Deadline: September 15, 2016.

    Our 2017 annual meeting will take place in Seattle, June 23-25, at the University of Washington. This gives us a chance to visit the left coast city where labor has been winning important victories and pioneering new strategies. And late June is a great time to see the Pacific Northwest. Stay after the conference and explore Seattle and the mountains, islands, and waterways of Puget Sound.

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  • Workers and Global Cities :Detroit and Beyond

    October 20-22, 2016
    Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan

    The 38th annual North American Labor History Conference will explore the connections between labor and urban history, workers and city-dwellers, in the context of globalization. We are interested in how “work,” “workers,” and “cities” remake and are remade by the global economy and by the dangers inherent in new global realities—where migration and exchange are seen both as constructive and destructive of urban life.

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Striking students, staff and professors at the State University of Rio Janeiro protest in support of more childcare spaces, April 13, 2016. 4) Photocredit: Tânia Rêgo/Agência Brasil.

The Coup in Brazil: What It Means for Workers

On May 11, more than two thirds of senators in Brazil voted to advance impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers’ Party (PT) for state accounting irregularities. The ex-Vice-President, Michel Temer, of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB), has now assumed the Presidency temporarily for up to 180 days while the Senate investigates the charges. Read more →

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