Workers Defense Project's 10th Anniversary

Celebrating a Legacy of Women

WDP commemorates the achievements of its members and honors the leadership of Executive Director Cristina Tzintzún alongside labor luminaries Linda Chavez-Thompson, former vice president of AFL-CIO, and Dolores Huerta, co-founder of United Farm Workers. Thursday, Sept. 27, 6:30pm. Seton Administration Offices, St. Vincent de Paul Auditorium, 1345 Philomena. For tickets: 391-2305 or $30 ($60, legacy tickets).

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