Today in Labor History – March 27th

Labor History March 27th
Mother Jones

  [click_to_tweet tweet=”Mother Jones was ordered to leave Colorado, where state authorities accused her of “stirring up” striking coal miners. – 1904″ quote=”Mother Jones was ordered to leave Colorado, where state authorities accused her of “stirring up” striking coal miners. – 1904″] This day marked the start of the 8-month Northern railway strike in Canada … Read more

Today in Labor History – March 27th

Labor History March 27th
Mother Jones

Mother Jones Mother Jones was ordered to leave Colorado, where state authorities accused her of “stirring up” striking coal miners. – 1904 This day marked the start of the 8-month Northern railway strike in Canada by the IWW. Wobblies picketed employment offices in Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, Tacoma and Minneapolis in order to block the hiring of scabs. – … Read more