p>A record number of OCSEA activists converged near Cincinnati this past weekend to celebrate unionism and the voice it has given to women and minorities.
Attendees heard from an array of speakers on a variety of important topics to workers, including Right to to Work and bridging the generation gap.
Speakers included Brigid Kelly, State Representative, and Lee Wong, a West Chester Township Trustee who fought Right to Work in his township. The special keynote speaker Baldemar Velasquez, a leader in the Farm Labor Organization Committee/AFL-CIO, and Dr. Elaine Bernard, the head of the Labor and Worklife Program/Harvard Law School, addressed the group.
View the photo gallery HERE. See more from the event at Facebook.com/OCSEA.