Today in Labor History – August 27th

Some 14,000 Chicago teachers who had gone without pay for several months finally collected about $1,400 each. – 1934

Filipino lettuce cutters and mainly white packing shed workers struck the powerful Salinas Valley growers and shippers, demanding union recognition and improved conditions. – 1934

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