Labor Speaks – Which Side Are You OnRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 27th
Striking textile workers in Fall River, Mass., demand bread for their starving children – 1875 The Int’l Typographical Union renewsRead more.
Announcing the Labor History Book Club
The goal for this site is to teach people more about Labor History. To give people some simple tools toRead more.
Labor History through Song
The original 1924 recording, believed to be the first million selling country song And the version you will probably knowRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 26th
The Old 97, a Southern Railway train officially known as the Fast Mail, derails near Danville, Va., killing engineer JosephRead more.
Labor Speaks – Through Photographs
A look at child labor in the early 20th century in the United States as represented through the photography ofRead more.
Today in Labor History – September 25th
American photographer Lewis Hine born in Oshkosh, Wisc. – 1874 Two African-American sharecroppers are killed during an ultimately unsuccessful cotton-pickers’Read more.
Labor Speaks in Video
Since the Wobblies were in Today in Labor History, I thought this would be interesting. The quality is not great,Read more.
Today in Labor History – September 24th
Canada declares the Wobblies illegal – 1918Read more.
Labor Speaks – Voices of the Working Class
“What is a labour victory? I maintain that it is a twofold thing. Workers must gain economic advantage,Read more.