"Our Daily Work / Our Daily Lives" Brown Bag
(Conferences / Seminars / Lectures)
This week's presentation titled, "'I Want Equal Pay for Equal Work:' Latinas and Black Women at Bell Telephone in Michigan, 1968-1980," is presented by Delia Fernandez, MSU Department of History (co-sponsored by the MSU Chicano Latino Studies Program, the MSU Julian Samora Research Institute and the MSU Center for Gender in Global Context). more information...
"Our Daily Work / Our Daily Lives" is a joint project that focuses on the artistic traditions of workers and on workplaces as contexts for the expression of workers culture. The richness and diversity of workers' experiences and workers culture is explored and presented through an ongoing series of exhibits, lectures and presentations; writing and research projects; reunions; and demonstrations and discussions. The program was established in 1992 and is coordinated by the Michigan Traditional Arts Program at the MSU Museum and the Labor Education Program in the College of Social Science's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations.