DETROIT (AP) -- Wayne State University says researchers, union members, activists and students will attend this month's North American Labor History Conference at the Detroit campus.
The 35th annual conference takes place Oct. 24-26 at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center. It features addresses, book talks, panel and round table discussions, and other events related to a variety of topics under the theme of "Geographies of Labor."
The university says there will be screenings of the movies "Harvest of Empire" and "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs." There also will be a guided tour of the Detroit Institute of Arts' Diego Rivera murals.