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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Class on Workplace Discrimination

The Announcement below comes from CCBC Labor Studies Program Director (and Hampden Community History Workshop Participant) Bill Barry Be sure to check out his great online project on Sparrows Point labor heritage.

With claims of workplace discrimination rising, it is essential that everyone understand the laws and enforcement procedures, as well as the impact of the law on non-discrimination clauses in your union contract.
The Labor Studies Program is presenting
a special class on workplace discrimination, with featured speakers:
M. Patricia Tanner, Enforcement Supervisor
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Lee Hoshall, Assistant General Counsel
Maryland Commission on Human Relations (and Lauraville resident)

TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2006 6:00-8:45 p.m.
CWA Local 2101
8035 Harford Road (Parkville—near Exit 31-A of the Beltway)

These speakers are part of the Labor Law II class and are experts in their field. They will discuss elements of the law, latest developments, and the enforcement procedures for each agency.
This class will be free and open to all of you, with plenty of time for Q and A.


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