The 28th Annual Conference of the Wisconsin Labor History Society attracted 70 on Saturday, May 9, 2009 at the Neenah Menasha Labor Temple in Neenah. The topic was “Organizing in Hard Times: Unionization, De-unionziation and Re-unionization.” and the discussion will involve how unions handled the changing economic times from the 1930s to the present day. (A full report will be available soon. Watch this site.)
Last year, the 27th Annual Conference of the Wisconsin Labor History Society looked at how vital immigrants were to the creation of our Wisconsin society and economy. More than 75 attended. Click Here for Full Report.