Today in Labor History April 15, 2020

Labor History April 15th

This date marks the birth of A. Philip Randolph, organizer and president of the African-American Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.  According to Randolph, “The labor movement traditionally has been the haven for the dispossessed, the despised, the neglected, the downtrodden, and the poor”. Randolph believed in permanent social change, but not without the direct participation of … Read more

Today in Labor History – April 15th

Labor History April 15th

[click_to_tweet tweet=”“The labor movement traditionally has been the haven for the dispossessed, the despised, the neglected, the downtrodden, and the poor” – A Philip Randolph” quote=”“The labor movement traditionally has been the haven for the dispossessed, the despised, the neglected, the downtrodden, and the poor” – A Philip Randolph”] This date marks the birth of … Read more