Why have certain events, labor leaders, or workers received attention, while others remain unrecognized? How are traumatic or violent events marked on the landscape? What form have labor monuments and memorials taken in the past and how might we re-imagine their presentation in the future?
Want to learn more? Explore video excerpts from the Fall 2021 series below.
October 28, 2021
Marking Suffering and Struggle
Explore how tragedy and resistance are commemorated at the Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial. Register now.
November 10, 2021
Justice Denied, Injustice Remembered
An event focused on the Dred and Harriet Scott Sculpture in St. Louis and the Haymarket Martyrs Monument near Chicago. Register now.
December 9, 2021
Working People's Hidden Histories
Learn the hidden labor histories behind existing monuments and the struggle to create sites focused on women labor leaders. Register now.
Last updated: January 13, 2022