Today in Labor History – May 28th


The Ladies Shoe Binders Society formed in New York – 1835

The First American law prohibiting employment of women was passed to prevent women from working in Illinois, in coal mines – 1879

At least 30,000 workers in Rochester, N.Y. participate in a general strike in support of municipal workers who had been fired for forming a union – 1946


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