LAWCHA National Conference, "Rights, Solidarity, and Justice: Working People Organizing, Past and Present"

Conference, June 6-8, New York City
The Labor and Working-Class history association is pleased to announce that registration for the LAWCHA National Conference, "Rights, Solidarity, and Justice: Working People Organizing, Past and Present", in New York City, June 6-8, 2013, is now live! The program includes an exciting array of more than 80 panels, workshops, and roundtables, involving academics, teachers, labor educators and activists.

We encourage people to register for the conference and book accommodations soon. Early registration rates last until May 15 and conference rates for accommodations are limited. LAWCHA members are eligible for a reduced registration fee, as are students. You may join LAWCHA when you register for the conference. Membership comes with a subscription to Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas.

Conference page:
http://www.lawcha.org/wordpress/annualmeeting/nyc2013

Registration:
http://www.lawcha.org/wordpress/annualmeeting/nyc2013/#registration

In solidarity,
Shel Stromquist, President
Kim Phillips, Past-President and Conference Program Committee Chair

[Cross-posted, with thanks, from H-Labor]