Migrant workers in Wisconsin were part of a nationwide movement to gain union recognition for migrant labor, as well as legally establish a ‘living wage’ and improve work conditions. Jesus Salas will tell stories from his own experiences as a worker and leader of migrant laborers in Wisconsin.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and honor the 50th Anniversary of the Oberos Unidos March to Madison. Friday, October 21 at the Pyle Center from 5-7pm.
Visit our community classes page to learn more about classes we are offering in Janesville, in the Fox Valley, and in Madison, WI.
The School for Workers faculty has the hands-on union experience plus skill in educating adult workers to give you the highest quality training at your worksite, in your community or on the UW Madison campus.
Held annually since 1976, the school equips women to be more active and effective leaders in their unions and build solidarity among women workers. We are hosting the 2017 conference in Madison. Download the Save the Date flyer or visit www.midwestwomenworkers.org for more information.