This is an event sponsored by the Oregon Labor Education Resource Center and co-sponsored by the University of Oregon: Black Studies Program, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Sociology Department, and Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.
In this conversation, Rev. Terry Melvin will expound on the concepts of solidarity and racial justice through the lens of personal narrative. His working-class experiences shaped his political consciousness as a life-long leader in the labor movement. As President of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, he recognizes that collective bargaining laws advance worker and racial justice. Most importantly, his faith guides his actions towards humanity and his efforts to build a strong labor movement.
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