Today in Labor History – April 5th

Labor History April 5th
A memorial to the victims of the explosion at the Upper Big Branch Mine

The longest strike in U.S. history began as workers at the Kohler Company in Sheboygen, Wisconsin went out on strike when the company failed to negotiate in good faith with their union, the United Auto Workers. More than six years later, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in the workers’ favor. It wasn’t until 1964 … Read more