Disruption: What’s New (and Not) about Work During the Pandemic Era


Tuesday May 25


7:00 PM  –  8:30 PM


COVID-19 has changed our work-life in dramatic ways: blurring distinctions between home and work, casting low-wage workers on the frontlines as “essential” without safety measures, and highlighting existing racial and gender disparities in our work. Join us for a panel conversation featuring the experiences of front-line workers, labor advocates, and historical researchers who together will help us reconsider the role that work plays in our lives. This program is co-presented by MOHAI and the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries.

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