Today in Labor History – May 18th
In what may have been baseball’s first labor strike, the Detroit Tigers refuse to play after team leader Ty Cobb
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Today in Labor History – May 17th
The first women’s anti-slavery conference was held on this date in Philadelphia. – 1838 Tom Mooney‘s scheduled date of execution
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Today in Labor History – May 16th
1,600 woodworkers in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, went on strike at seven sash and door manufacturers for better pay and union recognition.
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The Women of Labor
The Women of Labor 25 Women that helped build the Working Class   Labor history is full of contributions from
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Today in Labor History – May 15th
Pope Leo XIII issued the revolutionary encyclical Rerum novarum in defense of workers and the right to organize. Forty years
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Today in Labor History – May 14th
“We Want Beer” marches were held throughout the United States. 15,000 unionized workers demonstrated in Detroit. Prohibition was repealed within
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Today in Labor History – May 13th
The Western Federation of Miners formed in Butte, Montana. They organized the hard rock miners of the Rocky Mountain states
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Today in Labor History – May 12th
Nearly 150,000 anthracite coal miners went on strike in Eastern Pennsylvania for higher wages, better working conditions, and recognition of
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Today in Labor History – May 11th
The Pullman Railroad Strike began in Chicago, Illinois. This was the largest industrial strike to date in the United States.
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