Discussing Pressing Issues: Women and Labor in the 1930s

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Ida Abelman, My Father Reminisces, 1937. Lithograph. Allocated by the US Government, Commissioned through the New Deal art projects, 1943-4-1.
Ida Abelman, My Father Reminisces, 1937. Lithograph. Allocated by the US Government, Commissioned through the New Deal art projects, 1943-4-1.
Talk
Oct 15, 2020 - 12-1 pm
Virtual event
Co-sponsored by the School of Labor and Employment Relations and Krannert Art Museum

An online conversation discussing issues of gender and labor history in the United States during the 1930s, with Emily E. LB. Twarog, Associate Professor in the School of Labor and Employment Relations; Stephanie Fortado, Lecturer in the Labor Education Program; and Katie Koca Polite, Assistant Curator at Krannert Art Museum.

 

Registration is required to participate in this free event. Registration deadline: October 15 at 11:30 am.

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Accessibility

Krannert Art Museum endeavors to be accessible to all. This virtual event will be in English and closed captioned via Zoom.

If you have questions or would like to request an accessibility accommodation, please email kam-accessibility@illinois.edu