Community Videos

Essential Stories of Frontline Workers
Essential Stories of Frontline Workers
12/5/20201:30:56

Essential Stories of Frontline Workers: The Struggle for Rights & Survival During COVID-19 features a panel of workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by a discussion of recent efforts by researchers and the Labor Archives to document and preserve the impacts of the pandemic on workers through a collaborative oral history project.

Speakers:

Kim England, University of Washington Dept. of Geography

Moderator: Crystal Rodgers, Labor Archives of Washington

Conor Casey, Labor Archives of Washington

Terri Mast, Inlandboatmen's Union of the Pacific

Carrie Freshour, University of Washington Dept. of Geography

Katy Brehe, RN, Harborview Medical Center Service Employees International Union

Tom Geiger, United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 21

Angie Lara, Trabajadores Unidos por la Justicia (Translation by Edgar Franks)

Cindy Richardson, Washington UNITE-HERE!, Local 8

Wendi Zhou, Seattle COVID-19 Oral History Project

Mark Rodgers, Musical Work in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project, University of Washington School of Music

5012102

Community Topics

Filter by Keyword

Display:
Items per page
Display Format
What Is MIPoPS?

What Is MIPoPS?

3/5/2021