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Labor History May 29th
Animators working for Walt Disney began what was to become a successful five-week strike for recognition of their union, the
Labor History May 28th
The Ladies Shoe Binders Society formed in New York. – 1835 The first American law prohibiting employment of women was
Labor History May 27th
The U.S. Supreme Court declared the Depression-era National Industrial Recovery Act to be unconstitutional, about a month before it was
Labor History May 26th
Men and women weavers in Pawtucket, Rhode Island staged the nation’s first “co-ed” strike. – 1824 The Western Federation of

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