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- 1997 One of Organized Labor & Workmen’s Circle Labor Leader of the Year 1
- 1999 Elected Executive Vice President of the Georgia American Federation of Labor- Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) 1
- Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America - UAW 1979 Area Director of the Atlanta Sub-Regional Office 1990 1
- AFLCIO 1
- ALA 1
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Don Pedro Hernandez (87) e Imelda Brito (66) hablan de la agricultura y el papel que juega en su comunidad. También platican del proceso de sembrar y cosechar en su tierra, los animales que cuidan y la pasión que tienen...
Emilai talks about her path to the Graton Day Labor Center and community organizing.
David Lovejoy (53), talks with his father, Clifford Leon Lovejoy (86), about a devoted life to work, Jesus Christ, and being yourself, no matter where you are and who you meet.
Mark McIntyre (71) and Robin Hickey (71) find commonality in their ages, marriages, and children, but also differences as they discuss their thoughts on parenting, environmental regulations, unions, social mobility, and race relations.
In this recording, Trinity Wilson, a political science and women’s studies student at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan interviews her memaw, Phylis Packard. Ms. Packard was born on February 11, 1947, and grew up in Hammon, Oklahoma with one...
Jennifer Marley interviews her Mother about her work experience in the tourism and Native American art industry in Northern New Mexico. Jennifer and her mother are from San Ildefonso and Zia Pueblo.
Colleagues Debbie Hutchinson (47) and Marvin Millington (28) discuss the H2 agricultural visa and the opportunity for advancement it provides a whole community back in Jamaica.
A brief biographical of the life of Clarence L. Williams as given by his daughter, C. L. Williams http://digitalcollections.library.gsu.edu/digital/ Georgia State University’s Southern ￼Labor Archives DigitalCollections Library
Sisters Betty Brown-Chappell (76) and Gail Patterson-Gladney (74) trade memories from growing up on a farm near Bangor, Michigan with six other siblings. They reflect on what it was like for their family to navigate being one of the only...
I interview my sister, Sierra, about her various work experiences. She discussed her time working in several different restaurants, as well as her other positions in the service industry. Sierra also talks about working in the "gig-economy" and her hopes...
A kiwi talks about his life from Scotland to New Zealand and his adventures in between
Long time friends and colleagues Thomas “Tom” Finan (71) and John Gaal (64) talk about the work they’ve done to change the culture in the construction industry, particularly striving to uplift DEI initiatives, bring awareness to mental health issues, and...
Steve Ela (46) talks with his parents, Shirley Ela (85) and William Ela (86) about their long standing family involvement in the fruit farming industry.
Conversation with Christy Lubin, executive director at the Graton Day Labor Center
Jenny Rask: 2020-12-16 01:31:05 Jenny Rask Interviews Gene Rask about his life. Growing up in Portland Oregon. His mother Marguerite's hair cut and color preference. His sister Mary's birth. Her spunky personality and parent's pet. Gloria and Mary go to...
Happy Labor Day! My husband Don and I chatted with my father-in-law Tom Sheffler about the dignity of labor and the changes in workplace ethics over his lifetime. At eighty-three, he works harder than anyone I know. In this chat,...