Labor History February 11th
Today in Labor History – February 11th
“Unrest” in Wisconsin 500 Japanese and 200 Mexican laborers united to form the Japanese-Mexican Labor Association (JMLA) in order to
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Labor History February 10th
Today in Labor History – February 10th
LNG explosion on Staten Island The American Federation of Labor (AFL) founded the Building and Construction Trades Department as a
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Labor History February 9th
Today in Labor History – February 9th
George Lippard Novelist, journalist, and social activist George Lippard died on this day. Considered the first muckraking novel in the
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Labor History February 8th
Today in Labor History – February 8th
Mary Kenney O’Sullivan Mary Kenney O’Sullivan was born in Hannibal, Missouri.  At age 28 she was appointed the first female
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