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Women’s History Month Book Launch for “High Voltage Women”

March 22 @ 7:00 pm

Featuring Megan Cornish, pioneer electrical tradeswoman.

Cornish will discuss her experiences as one of the pathbreakers profiled in High Voltage Women: Breaking Barriers at Seattle City Light by Ellie Belew.  This new history tells the saga of the female fight to gain entry into the male and largely white trades workforce at Seattle’s public utility in the 1970s.  Ms. Cornish will sign books after a short program.

DATE:
Friday, March 22, 7pm.

Light dinner served at 6pm.

Location:
AFSCME Council 36 Building, 514 Shatto Place, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles 90020
2 blocks north of Wilshire/Vermont RedLine and 20/720 bus stops

Sponsored by:
AFSCME Librarians’ Guild Local 2626, AFSCME Retirees Chapter 36, Freedom Socialist Party & National Radical Women. 
 
Free. For more information, visit RedLetterPress.org, call 323-732-6416, or email fspla@earthlink.net.
 
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Date:
March 22
Time:
7:00 pm
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Venue

AFSCME Council 36 Building
514 Shatto Place
Los Angeles, CA United States
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