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|Laborfest: Labor Jeopardy Contest|
|Date||Monday July 26|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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Plumbers’ Hall - 1621 Market St. at Franklin St., San Francisco. Near Van Ness Metro Station and near Civic Center Metro/BART station.
|Event Type||Party/Street Party|
Labor Jeopardy Contest
With Edward Hernandez Professor CSU-CFA Stanislaus.
Who founded the American Federation of Labor? What year was the National Labor Relations Act passed? Come join us in the second LaborFest Jeopardy contest. Using a jeopardy format, labor organizations from throughout the Bay Area will compete for prizes and pride while answering questions covering all areas of labor history and practice. Come cheer on your favorite team and learn something new in this fun and friendly contest.
Stanislaus playwright and CSUS-CFA Professor Edward Hernandez will be the master of ceremonies.