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Lorraine Miller Oral History Interview

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Lorraine Miller Oral History Interview

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Lorraine Miller describes her long history of union involvement. After 7 years as a member of CWA at Southwestern Bell in Kansas, she was transferred to Mountain Bell in Albuquerque, where she promptly joined the union. There, she moved through the leadership ranks as a steward, a representative for operator services, secretary treasurer, and president. She discusses the reasons for her involvement in CWA, the importance of unions in New Mexico, awards she has received in her career, and her longstanding leadership in the CWA National Retired Members Council.

Publication Date

3-29-2016

Keywords

NM CWA (Communications Workers of America in Albuquerque; Mountain Bell; Union leadership; Grievances; CWA National Retired Members Council; working conditions; reasons for supporting unions

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Labor History

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1280x720; MP4; No institutional restrictions are placed on the use of this collection. Use of material is allowed for educational and research purposes. The University Libraries do not hold copyright.

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Lorraine Miller Oral History Interview

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