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Yevette Richards Jordan Presents in Belgium on Gender Politics

Professor Yevette Richards Jordan presented "Gender Politics: The AFL-CIO’s Underhanded Practices against the ICFTU’s Women’s Committee" on October 7 at an international workshop hosted by the Amsab-Institute of Social History. The workshop entitled, "The AFL-CIO and the International Cold War: Problems, Paradigms, and Pragmatic Responses," explored the Cold War international history of US labor's relations with worldwide organized labor. The workshop aimed to offer a global approach to the phenomenon of an “activist” American trade union movement.


Yevette Richards Jordan Awarded Research Grant

Yevette Richards Jordan, PhD,was recently  awarded a Mason Faculty Research Development Award to support her book project, "Kampala Labor College: A History of Conflict between Pan-Africanism and International Labor During the Cold War."