Michigan State University's Labor Education Program (LEP), as part of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, brings together University faculty and Union leadership to provide education and training for union leaders and members. Since 1956, our nationally known programs have provided the vehicle for a real world focus on the concerns of working people. LEP works closely with the labor movement on a local, state and national level to further guarantee that programs are designed to fit the needs of local membership as well as International Union staff. The Morrill Act created land grant colleges, whose special mission is to promote ... the practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life. It is this mission that guides us in our goal to offer programs which bring together working people who share a common concern for the future of their workplace, their union and their community.
Our Daily Work, Our Daily Lives Brown Bag Series
The Grapes of Labor and Consumer Wrath: Michigan and the Farmworker Grape Boycott Speaker: Elizabeth Clemens and Deborah Rice, Reuther Archives, Wayne State University Friday, November 4, 2016, 12:15pm - 1:30pm MSU Museum Auditorium (co-sponsored by the Chicano/Latino Studies Program and the Julian Samora Research Institute)
Revisiting Haymarket: Strike, Bomb and Trial Speaker: Ann Larabee, Department of English, MSU Friday, November 11, 2016, 12:15pm - 1:30pm MSU Museum Auditorium