Labor Movements & Racial Justice; the 1930’s to the 1960’s to Today
Please join us and Cornell in Buffalo for the annual Teddy Roosevelt Speaker Series on Tuesday, June 22 at 6 PM. This year’s presentation will feature Tejasvi Nagaraja, Assistant Professor, Labor Relations, Law, and History. [The presentation will feature Professor Nagaraja’s research on the intersections of U.S. labor and African American and foreign relations history. Investigating both ‘top-down’ public policy and ‘bottom-up’ social movements, his work considers how class, gender and race evolve within a changing global division of labor and geopolitics. In addition the presentation will feature research from his forthcoming book about America’s World War II experience and generation.]
Register here to participate in an engaging and informative dialogue – available both in person and virtually.