Workday Minnesota is a project of the University of Minnesota Labor Education Service, the only educational program in the state specifically focused on the needs of Minnesota workers and their organizations. View a complete overview on the LES website. In this section, we highlight some of the programs and services we offer and examine current trends and issues in labor education.
The Labor Education Service has developed a series of posters that make up a labor history timeline. Download the posters
The Midwest School for Women Workers, an opportunity to build skills and network with others in the labor movement, runs July 16 – 20 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Registration is open until June 23.
In celebration of labor history month each May, the Untold Stories series presents programs and talks on both local and national topics. This year’s theme is “A World in Turmoil: 1917-2017.” Events start April 26 and are free and open to the public.
Our national quarrel over immigration that was reignited during Donald Trump’s campaign is actually older than this nation. Historian Aviva Chomsky says we need to look critically at our immigration policies and treatment of immigrants.