Today in Labor History November 22nd

The Great Southern Lumber Co.

The district president of the American Federation of Labor and two other white men were shot and killed in Bogalusa, Louisiana as they attempted to assist an African-American organizer working to unionize African-American workers at the Great Southern Lumber Co. – 1919

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