The Irish American Heritage Museum will host “Irish Women in the American Labor Movement,” a virtual presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Stack, Executive Director of the Irish American Heritage Museum, set for February 22nd.
The talk will examine the role their background, experiences, and faith played in inspiring these women to advocate so strenuously for better conditions for workers across the country.
Elizabeth Stack is the executive director of the Irish American Heritage Museum, located in Albany. Elizabeth joined the museum from Fordham University, where she taught Irish and Irish-American History and was an Associate Director of the Institute of Irish Studies. She completed her PhD at Fordham, writing about Irish and German immigrants in New York at the turn of the twentieth century. She is a native of Listowel, in Co. Kerry.
This talk will begin at 6 pm and will be held via Zoom. For more information or to register, click here.