Today in Labor History – September 12th

Eugene V Debs Somewhere on or around this date, the first African-American trade union called the Colored Caulkers’ Trade Union Society of Baltimore was founded, with Isaac Myers as the union’s first president. – 1866 On June 16, 1918, Debs had made a speech in Canton, Ohio, urging resistance to the military draft of World […]

The post Today in Labor History – September 12th appeared first on Voices of Labor.