Labor Speaks through Song
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Today in Labor History – September 6th
  One of the worst disasters in the history of U.S. anthracite mining occurred at the Avondale Mine, near Scranton,
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Today in Labor History – Bonus Videos
The Palmer Raids   Preview of a Documentary on the 1934 Textile Strike Available for purchase HERE
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Today in Labor History – September 5th
Between 20,000 and 30,000 marchers participate in New York’s first Labor Day parade, demanding the 8-hour day – 1882 “Palmer
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Labor Speaks – Voices of the Working Class
Pete Seegar on the Peekskill riots
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Today in Labor History – September 4th
Twelve thousand New York tailors strike over sweatshop conditions – 1894 More than 140 attendees at a benefit for a
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Today in Labor History – September 3rd
African-American cotton pickers organize and strike in Lee County, Texas, against miserably low wages and other injustices, including a growers’
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Workers Rights? There’s an App for That
Just in time for Labor Day, the NLRB has released an app for both Apple and Android. This free app
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Today in Labor History – September 2nd
Happy Labor Day – Remember the workers who died so we could have a better life.   White and Chinese
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Labor Speaks – Voices of the Working Class
Founder of the United Auto Workers and President of the Congress of Industrial Organizations, Walter Reuther was born today in 1907. Below
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