Today's Labor History
Click here to check out this week's Labor History Today podcast. Who really inspired Joe Hill to write “The Rebel Girl?” We dig deep into this mystery and uncover some new heroes of the American labor movement. We also explore the lives and work of five pioneering female journalists in “Labor Feminism in the Federated Press” on the latest Tales from the Reuther Library podcast.
Twelve thousand New York tailors strike over sweatshop conditions - 1894
What many believe was to become the longest strike in U.S. history, 600 Teamster-represented workers walk out at the Diamond Walnut processing plant in Stockton, Calif., after the company refused to restore a 30 percent pay cut they had earlier taken to help out the company. The two sides ultimately agreed to a new contract after 14 years - 1991 photo by David Bacon
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