ULI Speaker Series (7/24) -- RSVP
As part of our "Black Work Matters" theme this summer, we will be hosting various speakers to discuss different aspects of black work in the United States - from its history to its continued impact. Through this series we hope to provide insight into the intersections between labor relations, racism, civil rights, and more.
We are excited to have ILR Professor Lee Adler join us for this series. He is a labor, criminal law and civil rights practitioner. He teaches critical labor, employment law, and union leadership issues in academic, extension, and community settings. He has considerable strategic, policy-making, trial, and appellate experience in representing and educating unions and their members. In this series, Professor Adler will be discussing racial tensions in the labor movement, specifically black workers rebelling against the UAW.
This Zoom will take place on Friday, July 24th from 7 - 8 PM EST.
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