November 2nd Panel on Landmarks of Labor Postponed

~November 2nd Panel on Landmarks of Labor Postponed~


We’re sorry to announce that our upcoming panel discussion: Remembering The Spatial History Of Labor: Where Are Our Landmarks?  scheduled for Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 6:30pm is being postponed. If you have pre-registered, we will be following up with you directly.


The panel will be rescheduled for another date on November.  The other Fall Series events in the series  are still moving ahead:

Tuesday, November 8, 6:30pm
Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue, Manhattan

Elia Kazan’s acclaimed film depicts midcentury working conditions along the mob-controlled piers of the Hudson River. The film is based on a 24-part Pulitzer prize-winning series in the New York Sun exposing corruption and racketeering characterizing operations on the water. Noted architectural historian Francis Morrone will speak after the film about its significance in New York City history and culture.

$15/$10 for Friends of HDC

Sunday, November 13, 2011, 10:30am
Tour with Justin Ferate

Greenwich Village has a long and distinguished history in American Labor History. This walking tour will address the 10,000 marchers in the first Labor Day Parade (1882), the Socialist-led Rand School of Social Science, the founding site of the ILGWU, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, the Uprising of 20,000, the Catholic Worker, Cooper Union, and sites associated with Emma Goldman, John Reed, Margaret Sanger, Clara Lemlich, and Samuel Gompers. Come learn from one of New York City’s foremost tour guides about these significant sites.

$35/$25 for Friends of HDC

Space is limited for all programs. Reservations required.

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