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UAW Women's Committee

LaToya Ruby Frazier, Frances Turnage, UAW Local 1112, Women’s Committee, holding her 10, 15, and 20 years of service General Motors company anniversary gold bracelets in her dining room, (34 years in at GM Lordstown Complex, paint shop), Youngstown, OH, from The Last Cruze, 2019.

  • LaToya Ruby Frazier, Frances Turnage, UAW Local 1112, Women’s Committee, holding her 10, 15, and 20 years of service General Motors company anniversary gold bracelets in her dining room, (34 years in at GM Lordstown Complex, paint shop), Youngstown, OH, from The Last Cruze, 2019.

  • Sat, Nov 2, 2019
    3pm

    Swift Hall, Third floor
    1025 E 58th St.
    [map]

    RSVP requested

    The United Auto Workers Women’s Committee plays an active, radical role in Lordstown’s Local 1112, central to the union’s activism, membership donations, and advocacy for women and childrens’ homeless shelters. They have also battled regressive right-to-work laws in Ohio and participated in the Million Woman Marches. For this discussion, members of the UAW Women’s Committee—Pamela Brown, Chairperson; Marilyn Moore, Retiree Executive Board; and Frances Turnage, committee member—talk with Frazier about their work as it continues both in public and behind the scenes.

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