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2018 Labor Notes Conference has ended
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Andrew Sernatinger

Friday, April 6
 

1:00pm

3:00pm

5:00pm

 
Saturday, April 7
 

10:15am

2:00pm

Young Workers Blaze New Trails DullesWill Stone, Communications Workers 1298 • Samantha Mason, Workers United 2833 • Jay Poranski, Health Professionals and Allied Employees • Arrion Brown, American Postal Workers, Nation’s Capital-Southern Maryland • Mary Clinton, Communications Workers Bargaining without Collective Bargaining HartsfieldBonita Johnson, United Electrical Workers 150 • Angelina Cruz, Racine Education Association • Anthony Brown, Texas State Employees Union • Nicole McCormick, Mercer County Education Association, West Virginia • Facilitator: Josh Smyser, United Campus Workers Continuous Bargaining Narita BJohn Lepley, Steelworkers 3657 • Nancy Lessin, Steelworkers Reformers in Office International Ballroom CSteve Lawton, Communications Workers 1102 • Patrick Green, Amalgamated Transit Union 1235 • Facilitator: Barbara Madeloni, Massachusetts Teachers Reforming Your Union DaVinci BFrank Halstead, Teamsters 572 • Remzi Jaos, SEIU 73 • Mary Cowhey, Northampton Association of School Employees • Facilitator: Ken Paff, Teamsters for a Democratic Union Amazon, UPS, USPS: Workers Fighting Back in the Age of E-Commerce International Ballroom ANick Perry, Teamsters 413 • Facilitator: Melissa Rakestraw, Letter Carriers 825 • Keith Richardson, American Postal Workers Union, Chicago • Marvin Harvey, Amazon warehouse worker Militant History of Public Sector Unions MidwayPriscilla Murolo, labor historian • Bob Peterson, retired Milwaukee Teachers It’s In Our Hands: Member-Organizers Growing the Labor Movement GatwickKeith Hogarty, Communications Workers 1101 • Donald Jean-Marie, UNITE HERE 217 • Cyndi Sexton, New York State Nurses • Facilitator: Cassie Watters, United Campus Workers What Is Socialism? MalpensaBianca Cunningham, Communications Workers District 1 • Mary Virginia Watson, AFSCME 3299 • Elaine Bernard, National Writers Union • Clancy Harris, Communications Workers

4:15pm

 
Sunday, April 8
 

9:00am

10:45am