March 01, 2023

A new study by a team of UW researchers, including Harry Bridges Center Faculty Associate Jennifer Romich and former Bridges Center Director Kim England, finds that nonprofit social services workers in Seattle are grossly underpaid compared to other sectors.

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February 08, 2023

Each quarter, the Harry Bridges Center sponsors a number of diverse Labor Studies courses. In Spring quarter 2023, these courses include HSTAA 353 - Class, Labor, and American Capitalism (a foundational course of the Labor Studies Minor) and LABOR 360/GWSS 360 - Social Reproduction Theory and...Read more

February 07, 2023

The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO welcomes UW student Ahshah Kennedy as Race & Labor Intern through the Bridges Center's Building a Movement program.Read more

January 12, 2023

The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies recently celebrated the 30 th anniversary of the founding of the Labor Studies program at the University of Washington.Read more

December 05, 2022

On Wednesday, November 30th, the Bridges Center hosted a discussion with University of Washington and Juliette Aristides Atelier alumni and prominent local artist, Grace Athena Flott.

Flott is a figurative realist painter and arts educator. She is a former union organizer and...Read more

November 16, 2022

Marissa Baker, Bridges Center Faculty Associate, was profiled by the School of Public Health for her work in psychosocial exposure and collaboration with working peopleRead more

November 09, 2022

Anjum Hajat , Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Faculty Associate of the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, is one of three editors of a special issue of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health : "Work, Health, and Equity." Along with being an...Read more

November 01, 2022

On October 12th, the Bridges Center was proud to host "Can Workforce Development Address Income Inequality?" - a panel facilitated by Dr. Ligaya Domingo featuring Washington-State workforce leaders.

As the ongoing pandemic continues to exasperate existing disparities,...Read more

October 26, 2022

The Bridges Center is excited to announce a new course for the 2023 winter quarter - LABOR 480 Labor Studies Research: Applied Research for the Labor Movement!

Credits: 5

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October 19, 2022

Each year the Harry Bridges Center awards thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants to support inspiring scholars and activists pursuing the study and practice of labor. This year we will award $70,000 in scholarships and fellowships to University of Washington graduate and undergraduate...Read more