13 May Civil Rights Protest and Labor Union Autonomy: The 1966 Hilton Hotel Protests and the Fate of Postwar Liberalism
Posted at 13:18h in Upcoming Events, IHC Sub-units
Reuel Schiller (Law, UC Hastings)
Friday, May 13 / 1:00 PM
Schiller’s areas of academic interest are twentieth-century American legal history, administrative law, and labor and employment law. A forthcoming book compares the legal strategies of the labor movement and the civil rights movement in the years since the Second World War.
Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Work Labor and Democracy.