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The Labor Guild has continuously provided labor education since 1953.
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December 1, 2023, @ IBEW Local 103
In Memoriam: Former AFL-CIO President Thomas Donahue
Thomas R. Donahue became executive assistant to AFL-CIO President George Meany in 1973 and, after Meany’s retirement in 1979, was…
Boyle Fellow’s Thoughts on the Boston Labor Conference
My experience with the Boston Labor Conference has been an enlightening one. One full of anticipation of a boring conference…
Cardinal Sean O’Malley: “Migrants, Refugees Are Human Beings, Not Problems”
Our Executive Director Father Marc took some time to reflect on Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s discussion at the Catholic University of…