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 union
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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 – Mother
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Labor Speaks – Bonus Video – The Homestead Steel Strike
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Labor Speaks – Elaine Race Riot documentary
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Today in Labor History – September 30th
29 strike leaders are charged with treason – plotting “to incite insurrection, rebellion & war against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania”
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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 of
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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 with
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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 him
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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 different
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Labor Speaks – Which Side Are You On
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