Today in Labor History: November 18; Cool Labor Site

Today in Labor History: November 182013.11.18—history-carl-d-bradley
Thirty-one men died on Lake Michigan with the sinking of the Carl D. Bradley during one of the worst storms in the lake’s history. The 623-foot ship, carrying limestone, broke in two. Four crewmen survived – 1958
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Cool Labor Site: Art Directors Guild
Get an inside look at showbiz as lived by union brothers and sisters.  Check out the website for the Art Directors Guild, the folks who make movies look so cool.  They’re also known as Local 800 of IATSE, the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees.  http://www.adg.org/

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