Today in Labor History – October 2nd

His actions set off a new wave of oppressive legislation by whites prohibiting the education, movement and assembly of slaves. – 1800 President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed a crowd in right wing San Diego, asserting the right of all workers to join unions. “It is now beyond partisan controversy that it is a fundamental individual […]

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