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The Women of Labor – 2
Women of Labor – 2 Dolores Huerta “Every single day we sit down to eat, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and
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Women of Labor 4  Ai-Jen Poo “One thing I’ve learned, in the face of all kinds of indignities, domestic workers
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So I got sick of Teespring and all the other tee shirt printers and their insane policies (wanting permission to
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Today in Labor History – April 30th
50,000 workers in Chicago were on strike, with 30,000 more joining in the next day. The strike brought most of
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Today in Labor History – April 29th
Jacob Coxey led a group of 500 unemployed workers from the Midwest to Washington, D.C. His Army of the Poor
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Today in Labor History – April 28th
  181-192 (sources differ) workers died in a coal mine collapse disaster at Eccles, West Virginia. The mine was owned
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