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Laborfest: SF Chinatown Labor Walk
Date Sunday July 13
Time 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location Details
Chinese Historical Society, 965 Clay St., San Francisco, walk from Market and Stockton (near Powell St BART) to Clay Street, about 8 blocks, or take the 30 Stockton bus from Market and Third Street.
Event Type Teach-In
Chinatown Labor Walk, Free Presentation by Charlie Chin
In a city where in reality the Asian American population is 50%, mostly Chinese American, the labor history of the Chinese American community is not well known. This is your opportunity to obtain the full picture of the contributions of the Chinese-American workingclass to American labor history.

Chinatown in San Francisco is the largest Chinese population of the United States. It has a rich history of labor and workers and this presentation and walk will focus on the history and perspectives of labor in San Francisco. (Participants number is limited to 20. E-mail or Call for reservation - (415) 642-8066
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