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Working Women's History Project Presents

Working Women's History Project Presents

A Salute to "The Most Dangerous Woman in America" to benefit the NEW Mother Jones Museum in Mt. Olive

Saturday, March 28
5-8 pm
Irish American Heritage Center,
4626 Knox Avenue, Chicago

Tickets: $35 includes refreshments, Free Parking, Cash Bar
Pay with PayPal at
or mail a check to WWHP, 5124 S. Kenwood Ave., Chicago, IL 60615

Watch excerpts from a prizewinning documentary: “Mother Jones, America’s Most Dangerous Woman.”
Hear Prof. Rosemary Feurer, producer and director of the documentary.
See “What Mother Jones Would Do Now” portrayed by Brigid Duffy.
Listen to Kathy Cowan singing songs of the era.

Working Women’s History Project
Illinois Labor History Society
American Association of University Women, Chicago Branch
Coalition of Labor Union Women, Chicago Chapter
SAG-AFTRA, Chicago

*The Working Women’s History Project tells the stories of Chicago women who have struggled to achieve rights and benefits for women in the workplace and in other social












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