Today in Labor History – October 10th

Striking workers who had assembled at their union’s office in Pixley, California to hear an organizer speak were shot at by growers who drove up in their pickup trucks. Within minutes, two workers were dead and eight injured.  Eight growers were indicted, but all were acquitted of murder. – 1933 -Blogger’s note – From what […]

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