Culinary Union Exhibit at Lied Library Dec. 4-Apr. 1

When

Dec. 5, 2014 (All day)
Show Recurring Dates

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

First floor
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Description

“Line in the Sand: The People, Power and Progress of the Culinary Union,” a student-curated exhibit created by UNLV’s Public History Program, will be on display from Dec. 4 through April 1, on the first floor of UNLV’s Lied Library. 

This dynamic project explores the tenacious and determined history between the Culinary Union Workers Union, Local 226 and the City of Las Vegas. Founded in 1935, the Culinary Union is more than 55,000 members strong and one of the most recognizable labor organizations in the country.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public.

For Library hours, visit the University Libraries website.

Contact Information

UNLV
Franklin Howard

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External Sponsor

“Line in the Sand” is presented in collaboration with the Culinary Workers Union, the Bartenders Union, UNLV University Libraries, the College of Liberal Arts, the Nevada State Museum, and the Las Vegas News Bureau.