US Labor Movement History
Professor Paul Mishler
Paul Mishler is professor of Labor Studies at Indiana University. He has been a labor educator based in university programs since 1990. He has also taught for unions such as the IBEW (electricians), the UAW (Auto Workers) , and the USW (Steelworkers). Paul holds a PhD in US history and has written about radicalism in the US and US Labor History. His book, Raising Reds (1999) examines the efforts by US Communists to transmit their values to their children.
An activist since the anti-Vietnam War and Civil Rights era, he has continued to be active in movements against racism, in solidarity with struggles in Latin America, for peace and for social and economic justice in the US.
September 15th, 2016 7:00 PM
Marx Memorial Library & Workers School
37a Clerkenwell Green