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Stanley Rosebud Rosen Oral History Interview

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Stanley Rosen talks about his work as a Labor Educator teaching classes at various universities (Rutgers, University of Illinois) as well as with a diversity of Unions (CWA, Textile Workers) over his 35 year career. During that time, Rosen worked with unions that faced plant shutdowns and taught classes in union democracy, worker empowerment, and unions as a part of political movements. Rosen participated in Labor for Peace in Vietnam. He acted as co-director of the Legislative Institute in Washington DC. Rosen conducted a number of oral Labor History projects including one focused on Jewish Radicals. Interview by Diane Pinkey.

The Working People's History of New Mexico Project (WPHNM) is an oral labor history project created to gather the labor stories of working people in New Mexico. While part of the interviews focus on the specific jobs that the interviewees performed, the interviews also explore labor-management relations as well as union, workers council, and social activism participation.  The interviews contain information about family and social relationships and offer themes of social and historical interest in New Mexico and the US.

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