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Friday, April 6
 

3:00pm

5:00pm

7:30pm

 
Saturday, April 7
 

9:00am

10:15am

2:00pm

How Unions Can Support Worker Co-ops DFW ASanjay Pinto, Workers’ Institute at Cornell • Shaywaal Amin, SEIU1199 Healthcare • Abby Scher, ResearchAction • Rebecca Lurie, Murphy Institute of Labor and Urban Studies Agricultural Workers in the Global South (S) LibertyNidia Quintero, Fensuagro, Colombia • Tomás Membreño, Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Agroindustria y Similares (STAS), Honduras • Maria del Carmen Mata, Sindicato Independiente Nacional y Democrático de Jornaleros Agrícolas (SINDJA), Mexico • Facilitator: Tiffany Finck-Haynes, Global Labor University, Penn State Taking on NAFTA in the Trump Era (S) International Ballroom EDerek Blackadder, LabourStart, Canada • Archana Rampure, CUPE • Jesús Torres, Trabajadores Democráticos de Occidente (Democratic Workers of the West cooperative), Mexico • Facilitator: Cynthia Phinney, Maine Fair Trade Campaign, U.S. • Daniel Campos, United Electrical Workers, U.S. A Woman’s Place Is in the Labor Movement: A Participatory History LambertYvette de la Cruz, labor educator • Steffi Domike, Steelworkers Organizing the South Rosemont BRoz Pelles, Poor People’s Campaign • Facilitator: Gene Bruskin, veteran union organizer and campaigner • Monica Atkins, Cooperation Jackson • Willie Hardy, Teamsters for a Democratic Union • Margaret Cook, United Campus Workers Labor Organizing Against Climate Change ParisRick Albis, Steelworkers 675 • Sue Scanlon, Amalgamated Transit Union 85 • Facilitator: Sean Petty, New York State Nurses • Aaron Spires, Canadian Union of Postal 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

6:00pm

 
Sunday, April 8
 

9:00am