History of the Working Class

 


Labor History October 4th
Today in Labor History October 4th
Louisiana sugar workers went on strike, during which 37 unarmed black workers were murdered by Louisiana Militia, aided by bands
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Labor History October 3rd
Today in Labor History October 3rd
President Theodore Roosevelt met with miners and coal field operators in an attempt to settle the anthracite coal strike, then in its
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Labor History October 2nd
Today in Labor History October 2nd
Slave rebellion leader Nat Turner was born. Turner led the only effective, sustained slave revolt in in U.S. history in
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Labor History October 1st
Today in Labor History October 1st
Twenty-one people were killed when the Los Angeles Times building was dynamited during a labor strike. Anarchists were immediately blamed.
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