Today in Labor History April 2, 2020
Bread riots occurred in Richmond, Virginia due to a drought the previous year combined with a blockade by the Union
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Today in Labor History April 1, 2020
On this day, many believe that Cincinnati became the first U.S. city to pay firefighters a regular salary. Others say
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Today in Labor History March 31, 2020
U.S. President Martin Van Buren issued an Executive Order, “finding that different rules prevail at different places as well in
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Today in Labor History March 30, 2020
Chicago stockyard workers won an 8-hour day. – 1918 30,000 unemployed people marched in New York City. At the time,
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