Labor and Workplace: Oral History Training Workshop

Oral History Training Workshop
June 3, 2017 – 9 AM to 12:30 PM

Presented by
OREGON LABOR ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM
of
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association

HELP RECORD OUR LABOR HISTORY!  Interview a fellow worker, a respected leader, a community activist, a family member, so that what they have been through and managed to accomplish is not lost down the drain of time.  Make it available* – to inform and inspire, to caution and counsel future generations.  Take part in this training workshop presented by the Oregon branch of the Pacific Northwest Labor History Association.

WHEN:    Saturday, June 3, 2017 – 9 AM to 12:30 PM
WHERE:  American Postal Workers Union Hall, 2360 SE Morrison St., Portland, Oregon
Workshop entrance is in the rear of the building, on Belmont St., where there is a small parking lot.
COST:      $15
Union member?  Ask your union to sponsor you.
REGISTER:  contact Jim Strassmaier, 503-236-1094,   strassj@spiritone.com or   Carolyn Matthews, 503-287-7690,  matthews.carolyn.k@comcast.net

To learn more about OLOHP, go to: https://pnlha.wordpress.com/resources/labor-oral-history

*OLOHP oral histories are archived at the Oregon Historical Society.