Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center
1870 E 15th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97403
In this talk, Sims will explore the concept of intersectionality through the lens of personal narrative, intergenerational reflections on working-class experiences that shaped her political consciousness as a woman and as a black person, and the ways in which those anecdotes directly informed her life as a unionist and leader in the labor movement. She will also share her experiences and observations regarding social and economic justice views on the current political economy of collective bargaining. Learn more.
Black Studies Program
Center for the Study of Women in Society
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, and the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation (GTFF)
Lectures & Presentations, Presentation, Diversity and Multiculturalism, Black and African American, Heritage Months, Black History Month
College of Arts & Sciences, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Sociology, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, Vice President for Finance & Administration, Labor Education and Research Center (LERC), Division of Equity and Inclusion, Office of the Vice President for Equity and Inclusion (VPEI), Featured DEI Events
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