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This week’s Labor History Today podcast: Pride on the line. Last week’s show: The longest nurses’ strike.
In response to an ongoing attempt by coal mine owners to replace miners with convicts leased by the state, a group of miners burn the Tennessee Coal Mining Company stockade in Briceville and seize the Knoxville Iron Company stockade at Coal Creek, freeing over 300 convicts and supplying them with food and civilian clothes.
Today in Labor History
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Union City Radio: 7:15am, WPFW-FM 89.3 FM
2-minute audio version of the Metro Washington Labor Council's Union City newsletter.
DC Labor to Labor Rally & Canvass: Sat, October 29, 9am – 2pm
IATSE 22 (map) Info/sign-up here.
NoVA Labor Walks: Sat, October 29, 9am – 1pm
4536 John Marr Dr, Annandale, VA 22003, USA (map)
Saturday Walk RSVP Link
Maryland Labor to Labor Walks (multiple locations): Sat, October 29, 9:30am – 2:00pm
PLUS: CLICK HERE to catch this week's Your Rights At Work radio show (WPFW 89.3FM): Elizabeth Falcon, DC Jobs with Justice Executive Director on the Still in the Dark: Tipped Wages in DC wage theft report and a caller suggests direct action at local Jose Andres restaurants.