On September 16, 1920, a bomb went off on Wall Street at 12:01 PM. It killed thirty people and seriously injured 143. Almost certainly the work of extremist Italian anarchists.
On September 13, 1990, the mostly Black workforce at Delta Pride Catfish in Indianola, Mississippi walked off the job in revolt over the working conditions they faced. One of the.
On September 7, 1933, cranberry workers on Cape Cod went on strike to protest their terrible wages and working conditions. Threatening the ability of Americans to have some taste to.
On August 28, 1833, the Slavery Abolition Act received royal assent from King William IV, providing for the gradual emancipation of slavery in the British Empire. Like every other European.
On July 29, 1987, Jobs with Justice was created in Miami at the AFL-CIO convention. An attempt to bring labor into coalition with other groups for broader social change, Jobs.
On July 25, 1973, the Irish Minister of Finance, Richie Ryan, introduced the Civil Service (Employment of Married Women) Act, which ended the nation's long-standing ban on married women working.
On July 10, 1902, the Rolling Mill Mine in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, exploded due to a rise in firedamp, which is a rise in methane to dangerous levels. 112 miners.
On June 6, 1835, coal workers in Philadelphia walked off the job for shorter hours and higher wages. This soon spread across the city and 20,000 workers struck. One of.