TeeSpring Hates Rosie

It seems that TeeSpring believes, mistakenly I will say, that Rosie the Riveter is copyrighted. I am appealing their decision but It may be awhile before I can get it back, if ever. I will look for another way to make this shirt available to yall. In the meantime, I’ll get up an Emma shirt […]

We’re on Instagram

  Voices of Labor has been branching out for new ways for people to find us. Our latest move, Instagram. There is a little button at the top that will take you to our Instagram page where you can follow us. I’m working on making it offer a bit more that the page. For instance, […]

Welcome to the New Server

Ok, so the 500 errors were getting out of hand. I’m sure many of you saw them, hell, even Facebook saw them. So I’ve moved to a new hosting service, one that seems to know what they are doing. The pages are much faster and we should see the end of the problems. The new […]

Coming back in July

Just when you think thing are going good, life kicks you in the ass. I received two kicks in the last few months. First, on April 8, I had a stroke. It turned out not to be too bad, and I was ready to go back to work after 7 weeks. The second kick in […]

Time for a Break

I started posting Today in Labor History post on Facebook about 3 years ago. After a couple months people started suggesting that I create a web site to make these post so more people could see them, and I could present them in a better manner. Voices of Labor was then born. It’s been an […]