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Organizing the South: How a Southern Workers’ Movement Can Change the Nation 

When: Mon., Feb. 17, 7 p.m. 2014
Why did national unions recently call for a southern organizing strategy? How do the low wages of the South affect the rest of the country? Share your ideas & find out why now is the time to organize the South. Panelists will discuss the recent AFL-CIO’s resolution calling for a southern organizing strategy, the region’s labor history, current organizing campaigns & the political influence of the South on the nation. RSVP.
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