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It Begins With a Name: Learning to Remember the Triangle Fire

Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30 PM NYU's Casa Italiana Serilli-Marimo 24 West 12th StreetNew York, NY 10011-8604 Attend in-person or watch online! Alba Capriati Lecture It Begins with a NameLearning to Remember the Triangle Fire A lecture byEdvige Giunta, New Jersey City University Respondents:Jennifer MerzAuthor of Steadfast: Frances Perkins, Champion of Workers' Rights Etrita Abdullahu,… Read More »It Begins With a Name: Learning to Remember the Triangle Fire

Adelphi University Writers & Readers Festival

A free two-day celebration of storytelling, literature and the power of the written word * Panels and keynotes with bestselling authors * Professional development workshops with literary agents, book editors, writing coaches and Adelphi professors * Conversations with writers and publishing insiders about the art and business of publishing * Featuring Remember the Triangle Fire… Read More »Adelphi University Writers & Readers Festival

Spring 2024 Poe Room Event at NYU Law

Announcing the Spring 2024 Poe Room Event Friday, April, 12, 2024 at 6:00 pmNew York University School of Law245 Sullivan Street, Furman Hall, Room 216(Between West 3rd Street and Washington Square South) Featuring Chris Harcum and LuLu LoLo performing a 10 minute excerpt from Dan Evans’ play “Quote the Raven.” Also featured will be original… Read More »Spring 2024 Poe Room Event at NYU Law

DC Labor FilmFest

Organized and presented by the Labor Heritage Foundation and the AFI Silver, this annual series features a wide-ranging selection of films about work, workers and the wider issues affecting workers’ lives. Tickets and more information at

Clara Lemlich Awards

Honoring unsung activists, women who have been working for the larger good all their lives, in the tradition of those who sparked so many reforms in the aftermath of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Monday May 13, 4-5:30pm Museum of the City of New York1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd StreetNew York, NY In person and… Read More »Clara Lemlich Awards

New York City Central Labor Council Annual Awards Reception

NEW YORK CITY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL, AFL-CIO ANNUAL AWARDS RECEPTION Honoring: Manny Pastreich, President32BJ SEIU ‍Jonathan Smith, PresidentNY Metro Area Postal Union, APWU Worker's Justice Project **************** ‍Tuesday, May 14th 6:00PM - 8:00PM HOTEL EVENTI851 6th AVENUE, 3d FloorNEW YORK, NY 10001 For more information, call (212) 604-9552 or email ‍

Dance Project: Listen to Your Mother

La Mama Moves Festival Presents “Listen to Your Mother” (World Premiere) by Anabella Lenzu/DanceDrama May 16th -19th, 2024 @ La Mama, NYC Director & Choreographer: Anabella Lenzu Technology Advisor/ Video Art Design & Sound Landscape: Todd Carroll Text: Anabella Lenzu & Jerzy Grotowski. Drawings: Anabella Lenzu Performers: Anabella Lenzu & Fiamma Lenzu-Carroll Additional Choreography: Isadora… Read More »Dance Project: Listen to Your Mother


The New York Labor History Association PresentsA Free Online Program: NEW TRENDS IN ORGANIZING DATE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2024 TIME: 7:00PM-8:30PM (ET) PLACE: ZOOM REGISTER at: Panelists: Ellen Cassedy, Founder and Leader, 9 to 5 Movement Prof. Eric Blanc, Rutgers University, Asst. Prof. of Labor Studies Patrick Cate, National Organizing Coordinator, EWOC More information at… Read More »Panel: NEW TRENDS IN ORGANIZING

Workshop: Affordable Housing and Immigration Advocacy

Path Home Project presents a discussion about the old ILGWU's philosophy of social unionism as applied to issues of affordable housing and immigration advocacy! How can labor history inform present struggles? Join us for a light lunch, short film screenings, and discussion on these important topics! DATE: Monday, June 17, 2024TIME: 11amPLACE: CUNY SLU, 25 West… Read More »Workshop: Affordable Housing and Immigration Advocacy