Originally published 11/22/2017
The Thibodaux Massacre Left 60 African-Americans Dead and Spelled the End of Unionized Farm Labor in the South for Decades
The workers created a union to defend their rights. The union died with the strikers, and the assassins went unpunished.
Originally published 03/31/2016
Why that’s especially worth remembering this year.
Originally published 03/18/2016
In a new paper by Harvard researchers the Dust Bowl droughts of the 1930s are the reason unions are concentrated in a small number of states.
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