Today in Labor History – January 3rd
1931 Protest for Tom Mooney The ship Thetis arrived in Hawaii with 175 Chinese field workers bound to serve forRead more.
Today in Labor History – January 2nd
Death at the Sago Mine Led by Absalom Jones, the free black community of Philadelphia petitioned Congress to abolish slaveryRead more.
Happy New Year
I always post these because I find them so cool. It shows just what kind of many Woody Guthrie reallyRead more.
Today in Labor History – January 1st
Shutting down the New York Transit Authority William Lloyd Garrison’s The Liberator, an abolitionist newspaper, was published for the first time. The Liberator wasRead more.