Today in Labor History – October 1st
Twenty-one die when the L.A. Times building is dynamited during a citywide fight over labor rights and organizing. A unionRead more.
October’s Labor History Book Club Selection
With a short time left to vote, it looks like a done deal. Our first book is Hellraiser – MotherRead more.
Labor Speaks – Bonus Video – The Homestead Steel StrikeRead more.
Labor Speaks – Elaine Race Riot documentaryRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 30th
29 strike leaders are charged with treason – plotting “to incite insurrection, rebellion & war against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania”Read more.
There’s an App for that
Whistleblower’s have been in the news alot over the last couple years. It seems that people are getting sick ofRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 29th
A report by the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics finds that the average weekly take-home pay of a factory worker withRead more.
Labor Speaks – Marx in Soho
Jerry Levy is a friend, and he travels the country performing Marx in Soho and The Fever. I’ve seen himRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 28th
The International Workingmen’s Association is founded in London. It was an international organization trying to unite a variety of differentRead more.
Labor Speaks – Which Side Are You OnRead more.