Dr. Kim Scipes presents: Can the CIO Help Us in Our Organizing Today?

Join Open University of the Left on Saturday October 13, at 2:30 pm at the Lincoln Park branch of the Chicago Public Library at 1150 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago (cross street Sheffield), free parking, wheel chair accessible (Bus route: 74 Fullerton, Red Line Fullerton)

OUL welcomes back long-time political activist and professor of sociology at Purdue University Northwest Kim Scipes. Kim will talk about what he has learned from studying CIO labor organizing in Chicago during it’s years of greatest strength (1933-1955). He will compare this to what activist Jane McAlevey, a current organizer, is now proposing. Kim will speak specifically about current community work in Michigan City, Indiana. The intent here is to help deepen current organizing efforts in Chicago and beyond.

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