Tomorrow in labor history!
Yet you spent your life shitting on actual heroes HRC and Senator Feinstein.
I see you, Loomis. You are still a sexist little shit and a hater. Do not miss the hot link on the bottom hating on Speaker Pelosi.
Ta, Erik. I knew about most of this, but not all.
Look for the union label, when you are buying that coat, dress, or blouse
Remember somewhere, our union’s sewing, our wages going to feed the kids and run the house
We work hard, but who’s complaining? Thanks to the ILG we’re making our way
So always look for the union label, it says we’re able to make it in the USA!
That was an inspiring read. Thank you!
Thank you for this article.
Another day, another bot below me here.
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I'm officially in love with Clara!
This makes me want Enola Holmes 3 to come out right away (Yes I know different continent and slightly different era, but she's an amazing character)
Just by the way, Project Gutenberg has several volumes of Red Emma Goldman's books. Just downloaded "My Disillusionment with Russia", a book of which I was not previously aware.
I tried to do a hard version of the sims generation challenge. Every sim works every day, all day and come home to live in cramped "tenament" housing. All my sims died within two days. Didn't even get to have some filthy child labor children.
The simulation game was like whoa, this is too much, BYE.
"At the end of her life, while in a nursing home, she organized the home’s workers into a union and convinced the institution to honor the United Farm Workers’ grape boycott."
*chef's kiss* to her.
"She died in 1982 at the age of 96."
Clearly being a pinko is good for your health.
I think Jason Chaffetz confused his Turkey bill with his Bourbon bill. Like a common David Brooks.
I never learned about labor history in school (but I was a lousy student and maybe skipped those classes). Is it taught at all now?
I learned about it through Pete Seeger > Woody Guthrie > Scott Nearing > Eugene Debs > the Wobblies > Grapes of Wrath > Let Us Now Praise Famous Men > Walker Evans > The Farm Security Administration . . .