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Published on Feb 11, 2012
Poet and author Susan Eisenberg, one of the pioneers in the struggle for women's rights, performed a poetry reading at the Creole Gallery in Lansing, Michigan, on February 1, 2012. Eisenberg, who is a journeyman electrician as well as a noted poet, essayist, artist and teacher, was in the Mid-Michigan area for the opening of her art exhibit, "On Equal Terms," at the Michigan State University (MSU) Museum. The poetry reading was hosted by The Old Town Poetry Series & Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives, a labor history program at MSU's School of Labor & Industrial Relations, Labor Relations Program. Susan's reading starts at the 21:30 minute mark. The event's emcee, Ann Francis, is introduced at the 7:48 minute mark. Also, John Beck explains "Our Daily Work, Our Daily Lives" project at the 3:56 minute mark.