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Film Screening and Q&A:
“Invisible Warriors"—African-American Women in WWII

An event hosted by the Department of Labor Women's Bureau

In honor of Black History Month, the Women's Bureau invites you to a screening of "Invisible Warriors," a documentary by historian and retired professor Gregory Cooke about the 600,000 African-American "Rosie the Riveters" who worked at factories and shipyards during World War II, but whose contributions were largely unrecognized. The film is a powerful conversation with the women who helped shaped American history and who are now sharing previously untold stories about life during World War II. A fireside chat with the filmmaker will follow the screening.

Date:  Monday, February 14
Time: 2–3:30 p.m. ET
Register to attend (password: Welcome!24) 

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