Today in Labor History November 27th

1,200 workers sat down at Midland Steel, forcing recognition of the United Auto Workers in Detroit, Michigan. – 1936 . Rehearsals were held at night and on weekends, and performances were all on Fridays and Saturdays to appease their bosses (i.e., in order to keep their jobs). It ran for 1,108 performances before closing. In … Read more

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