Midwest School for Women Workers begins June 25 in Minnesota


This year’s Midwest School for Women Workers, a four-day leadership and skill-building program for women, begins June 25 at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities.

The theme of this year’s program is called “Renewing Our Movement, Restoring Our Democracy.” The school brings together rank-and-file women workers, officers and staff to strengthen their knowledge of the Labor Movement and develop skills which will enable them to become more active and influential in their unions.

The Midwest School is one of four regional women’s summer schools sponsored by the United Association for Labor Education. The schools provide women unionists with the opportunity to share experiences and give one another support.

The cost to attend the Midwest school in $650 and includes housing, parking and daily breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. You can register online at summerschools.uale.org through Friday, June 1.

For more information, call 612-624-5020 or email les@umn.edu.


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