Newsletter Photos June 6, 2013
Acting Secretary Harris outlines the Department's FY 2014 priorities
The first national mine safety demonstration was held at Pittsburgh's Forbes Field in October 1911, and drew approximately 15,000 spectators. Seated in the first row are President William H. Taft and mine safety pioneer Dr. Joseph A. Holmes.
Jay Williams, executive director of the Office of Recovery for Auto Communities and Workers, speaks about raising the federal minimum wage to workers and advocates at the Evelyn K. Davis Center for Working Families in Des Moines, Iowa, on June 4.
Henry Nichols, president, District 1199C of the National Union of Hospital & Healthcare Employees, AFSCME, presents Assistant Secretary Michaels with the Paul Robeson Award.
Jay Williams, director of the Office for Recovery of Auto Communities and Workers, meets with leaders in Des Moines, Iowa to discuss youth summer jobs on June 4, 2013.
Tornado Preparedness and Response poster.
Susan Chittooran, a program analyst for the Women's Bureau, discusses the Trauma-Informed Care Guide with training participants.
Representatives from state and federal agencies in Seattle, including the Seattle Women's Commission, the Washington State Human Rights Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the department's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, joined the Women's Bureau in an Equal Pay Act 50th anniversary event held May 29 at the Seattle Central Community College.