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Building Bridges: Women and Immigrants Organizing and Striking - Now and Then, Segment 1

Building Bridges: Women and Immigrants Organizing and Striking - Now and Then, Segment 1

Women and Immigrants
from Unity Marches To Preventing Business as Usual
with
Nelson Lichtenstein, professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and director of the Center for the
Study of Work, Labor and Democracy. He is a labor historian who has authored or edited 16 books, including his most recent book Achieving Workers Rights in the Global Economy (2016), hes also written about 20th-century American political
economy

There are important questions facing all those seeking the best way to protest President Trump, the GOP-led Congress, and the immigration, health care, environmental policies, womens and Black Lives Matters on issues the new administration seeks to impose upon a reluctant populace:as to what is the meaning of a strike, demonstration, or
protest march? The brilliance of strikes and stoppages like the Day Without Immigrants and the Womens Strike lies in organizers willingness to halt business as usual.

Labor Historian Nelson Lichtenstein t

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