Celebrating Our 20 Years As A Labor Union!!!
The King Legacy Advisory Board and Coalition of Graduate Employees are pleased to announce that Boots Riley will be this year’s keynote speaker to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and to celebrate the graduate employee union, CGE’s, 20th year as a recognized union for OSU workers.
Boots Riley is a prominent black American rapper, producer, screenwriter, community organizer and director whose pro-labor feature “Sorry to Bother You,” received universal acclaim from audiences and critics alike. Founder of the political Hip Hop group The Coup, Boots’ radical roots were forged from a young age by way of the International Committee Against Racism and the Progressive Labor Party (PLP).
Event is free and open to the public. Venue to be announced soon along with ticket registration. Location will be in an accessible space and our organizers will be standardizing accommodations for all to be able to participate.
January 24, 5:00-7:00PM OSU campus.