[act-ma] 10/28 People's History Walking Tour of Boston

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Tue Oct 10 13:04:01 PDT 2017

*Please join the Labor Resource Center at UMASS Boston on
*Saturday, October 28, at 9:30 am, for the first James Green Memorial 
Lecture, featuring Patricia Reeve, to be followed by the kick-off of the 
walking tour.*
Using James Green's "A Working People's Heritage Trail" (2001) as a 
point of departure, historian Cristina Groeger (Harvard, PhD) created 
"The People's History Walking Tour of Boston" by identifying and 
researching important sites, writing their histories, and putting her 
tour on-line so friends of labor can now follow along using their 
The event will begin with the first James Green Memorial Lecture. 
Patricia Reeve, a professor of history at Suffolk University, will talk 
about the relationship between history and the labor movement, what it 
means to be an activist-public historian, and reflect on various paths 
forward for history and the labor movement. Professor Cristina Groeger 
will then discuss the making of the "Peoples' History Walking Tour of 

People's History Walking Tour

If you have any questions, please contact Wally Soper at 
Wally.Soper at umb.edu <mailto:Wally.Soper at umb.edu>.

More information about the Act-MA mailing list