April 26: "Untold Stories" about labor in America

By Kevin O'Connor
Posted April 20, 2017

April 26: "Untold Stories" about labor in America

Saint Paul, Minn.—Learn about the history of labor in America in the Labor History series Untold Stories: A World in Turmoil – 1917-2017.

The first event in this series will be 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 26, at the Saint Paul Labor Center, at 353 7th Street West, Saint Paul.

Panelists explore workplace safety issues in advance of the national commemoration of Workers’ Memorial Day.  Presenters include Phil Qualy, a railroad conductor and director of the United Transportation Union Minnesota Legislative Board; John Sielaff, author of A Workplace Accident: John Anderson’s Fall from the High Bridge; and Mike Scully, an attorney from Sieben Carey, knowledgeable about workers’ compensation history and current changes and threats to the system.

This event is sponsored by Minnesota Association of Professional Employees.  All events in this series are free and open to the public.

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