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Southern School of Women Workers Registration Is Now Closed
NOTE: DEADLINE TO REGISTER HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JULY 23.
Location: Highlander Center, New Market, TN 37820 –
Highlander Center is a 90 year old social justice school that has hosted groups since 1932 working on workplace issues and unions, civil rights and racial justice, environmental justice, economic justice, immigrant rights, LGBTQ rights and other important issues in the South and Appalachia. It is located on a 180 acre farm east of Knoxville, overlooking the Smokey Mountains. Facilities are lodge and dorm style and capacity is 30 people. For more information about Highlander Center – www.highlandercenter.org;
Schedule for school: We will start Thursday evening, August 4 with dinner at 6:00 eastern time and end Sunday August 7 with graduation and lunch at noon.
Leadership and Activating the membership
Voter Mobilization and Election Protection
The Things we Don’t discuss Out Loud Cafe
Self Care and wellness (including time management)
Your Rights at Work
Women and Labor History
New Laws affecting Workers
Registration costs $400 for program, room and meals, registration deadline is July 17.
Registration link is here:INSERT LINK HERE
Travel: Highlander Center is located east of Knoxville, TN, and McGhee Tyson Airport near Knoxville is the nearest airport, it is about 45 minutes away if traffic is good. Highlander’s address is 1959 Highlander Way, New Market, TN 37820.
Scholarships: We are working to raise money for scholarships and we encourage unions and other workers groups to support their members to come.
United Association for Labor Education www.uale.org
Labor Heritage Foundation www.laborheritage.org
Highlander Center www.highlandercenter.org
For more information you can contact:
Elise Bryant firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Williams at Highlander email@example.com
DC Labor Chorus’ 24th Annual Spring Concert
WHAT: DC Labor Chorus 24th Annual Spring Concert
WHEN: Sunday, May 22, 4 pm to 6 pm
WHERE: Montgomery College, Cultural Arts Center, Theater 2 7995 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 2091
Space will be limited – Click here to purchase your tickets
Please Note: In person attendees must mask and have proof of vaccination
The DC Labor Chorus, founded and directed by longtime cultural worker Elise Bryant, is a musical ensemble from the Washington, DC, area that sings at concerts, rallies, demonstrations, and picket lines.
We are made up of various ages, races and faith traditions. While some members are actually current or former union employees, every member actively supports the principle of liberty and justice for all.
Some of us are professional musicians, while others simply enjoy blending their voices to make a joyous sound that comes from songs of the civil rights and labor movements, as well as pop, jazz and other musical genres. Most of us are union members and activists who just love to sing! We sing for solidarity. We sing for peace. We sing for jobs. We sing for justice. We sing for joy.