There are still some spaces left in the July 23 "DC Labor Workers' History Guided Walking Tour.” From the "Labor is Life" mosaic to Joe Hill’s ashes, worker’s history is around just about every corner in our nation’s capitol, if you know where to look. This 3-hour walking tour of downtown DC reveals labor’s often-untold story of protest and resistance. Highlights include the 1932 Bonus Army encampment, the real Roosevelt Memorial, the "Man Controlling Trade" statue and the A. Philip Randolph Memorial. Metro Washington Council Union Cities Coordinator Chris Garlock - who usually helps local and national activists make history on DC’s streets - leads the tour, which benefits the Employment Justice Center. Click here to register for the walk.