Today in Labor History October 6th

The First National Conference of Trade Union Women was held on this date. – 1918 “The Jazz Singer”, this country’s first feature-length sound film, opened in New York City. Within three years, 22,000 theater jobs for musicians who accompanied silent films were lost, while only a few hundred jobs for musicians performing on soundtracks were … Read more

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