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2007-2008 Program

Bay Area Labor History Workshop
2007/2008 Program

Honoring San Francisco State University History Students’ Work

Sept. 16 Natalie Marine-Street

CHANGING OBJECTIVES OF THE AMERICAN SEAMEN’S FRIEND SOCIETY: THE MARKET REVOLUTION AND WORKERS’ REFORM AT SEA

At the home of Bill Issel, 1228 Carleton St. Berkeley

Oct. 28 John Elrick

THE YERBA BUENA CENTER: REDEVELOPMENT AND A WORKING CLASS COMMUNITY’S RESISTANCE

At the home of Bob Cherny, 1462 Ninth Ave. San Francisco

Nov. 18 Lauren Coodley

FOREGROUNDING LABOR INTO THE MASTER NARRATIVE OF CALIFORNIA

At the home of Susan Goldstein, 1349 Carlotta St. Berkeley

Jan. 20 Conor Casey

THE SAN FRANCISCO STATE FACULTY STRIKE, 1968-1969

At the Labor Archives and Research Center, 480 Winston Dr. SF


Feb. 24 June Fisher, with Jean Ellis-Jones, Vice-president, Transport Workers Union Local 250A and other members of the Local

WOMEN IN MUNI (San Francisco Municipal Railway)

At the home of Carol Cuenod, 25 Galilee Lane #6 San Francisco


March 16 Don Watson

THE 1970 SALINAS VALLEY VEGETABLE STRIKE—A MEMOIR

At the home of Don Watson and Jane Colman, 692 60th St. Oakland


April 20 John Rosen

THE PROBLEM OF THE MINORITY CONTRACTOR: BUSINESS,

WORK, AND THE INTEGRATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION

INDUSTRY IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA

At the home of Zeese Papanikolos and Ruth Fallenbaum

1212 Holman Road Oakland


May 18 Bill Shields and SF City College Labor Studies Students

YOUTH SPEAKS: STUDENTS’ LABOR HISTORY PROJECTS

Labor Archives and Research Center, 540 Winston Dr. SF

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