Thursday November 27th, 2014, 10:58 am (EST)

Teach In with Steve Early at Occupy Wall Street, Friday 11/11/11

Steve Early, author of Embedded With Organized Labor: Journalistic Reflections on the Class War at Home, as well as the new book The Civil Wars in U.S. Labor (from Haymarket Books), will be speaking at a Teach In at Occupy Wall Street.

6 pm, Friday, November 11

“What Organized Labor Can Learn from the Occupy Movement”

The Occupy Movement has risen up in cities around the US and around the globe. Communication and skill-sharing between camps has been exemplary in terms of modeling inter-regional and international cooperation. What can organized Labor learn from this organizing model?

Liberty Plaza

Under the Red Statue

(between Trinity Place and Broadway)

New York City


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Steve Early has been an organizer, strike strategist, labor educator, and lawyer. He recently retired from his job as national staff member of the Communications Workers of America. Early’s articles, reviews, and op-ed pieces have appeared in The Nation, New Politics, CounterPunch, The Progressive, American Prospect, WorkingUSA, New Labor Forum, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and many other publications. He is currently completing a book on the role of 1960s activists in American unions.

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