Nov. 14 Fall Conversation 2022 Recap: How Does Cambridge Unionize?

Beth Folsom, Bobby Travers, and Jonathan Tagoe during the Fall Conversation “How Does Cambridge Unionize?”

The final program in our year of asking “Who Are Cambridge Workers?” will focus on labor organizing in Cambridge, both past and present. How do Cantabrigians see themselves as workers? How is their identity linked to their work? Do they see themselves as part of a local workers’ community, or do they identify with their profession across geographical boundaries? How has the pandemic and the shift (for some) to remote work affected this sense of community and identity? We will be joined by representatives from the MIT Graduate Students’ Union, the Cambridge Teachers’ Union, and the 1369 Coffeehouse Workers’ Union to hear about their current organizing efforts and the future of unionization in Cambridge and beyond.

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Sweet Souls

Oral History Project

Sweet Souls, Voices from the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House in Cambridge Our 2019 Sweet Souls oral history project offers answers to questions of local engagement: What is the role of a settlement house institution like the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House in the history of engagement in Cambridge? How has the Fuller House–and the community that…

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