“Learn Yourself” with Conor Casey, Labor Archivist for the Labor Archives of Washington, Ellie Belew, Author, and Megan Cornish, Retiree from Seattle City Light, Part 2
Mar 5, 2019
Interview by Mike Dumovich: Conor, Ellie, and Megan continue their conversation about Seattle City Light’s Electrical Trades Program and how the first trade’s women were treated as well as the effects of affirmative action and other organizations of the 1970’s. For more information about the book launch of ‘High Voltage Women’ by Ellie Belew on March 9, other events, and history, go to https://www.solidaritycentennial.com/ or www.laborarchives.org or http://www.redletterpress.org/highvoltagewomen.html.
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