Today in Labor History -March 13th

Susan B. Anthony

[click_to_tweet tweet=”“Join the union, girls, and together say Equal Pay for Equal Work.” – Susan B. Anthony #1U #Union #LaborHistory” quote=”“Join the union, girls, and together say Equal Pay for Equal Work.” – Susan B. Anthony”] Civil rights activist and suffragist Susan B. Anthony died at the age of 86.  – 1906 A four-month UAW … Read more

Today in Labor History February 15th

Labor History February 15th

Susan B. Anthony, suffragist, abolitionist, labor activist, was born in Adams, Massachusetts. – 1820 “The Uprising of the Twenty Thousand”, the International Ladies’ Garment Workers Union Shirtwaist strike that began September 27, was declared officially over on this date by the ILGWU. By this date, 339 manufacturing firms had reached agreements with the union. Thirteen … Read more