Today in Labor History – May 23rd
The first American nursery school was established in New York City as a way to “relieve parents of the laboring
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Today in Labor History – May 22nd
Eugene Debs was thrown in prison for his role in the Pullman Railway Strike (also known as the “Debs Rebellion”).
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Today in Labor History – May 21st
Italian activists and anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, widely believed to have been framed for murder, went on trial
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Today in Labor History – May 20th
The first American public school was established in Dorchester, Massachusetts. – 1639 The Railway Labor Act was enacted in the
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Today in Labor History – May 19th
An explosion in Coal Creek, Tennessee killed 184 miners. – 1902 Ten people were killed when coal company officials in
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Today in Labor History – May 18th
In what may have been baseball’s first labor strike, the Detroit Tigers refuse to play after team leader Ty Cobb
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HTTPS is now the default, Security comes to Voices Of Labor
Just a short note to say I got a SSL certificate and installed it today, What does that mean? Better
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Today in Labor History – May 17th
The first women’s anti-slavery conference was held on this date in Philadelphia. – 1838 Tom Mooney‘s scheduled date of execution
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Today in Labor History – May 16th
1,600 woodworkers in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, went on strike at seven sash and door manufacturers for better pay and union recognition.
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The Women of Labor
The Women of Labor 25 Women that helped build the Working Class   Labor history is full of contributions from
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