Today in Labor History: January 6; Cool Labor Site

Today in Labor History: January 62014.01.06—history-youngstown-strike
Eight thousand workers strike at Youngstown Sheet & Tube. The following day the strikers’ wives and other family members join in the protest. Company guards use tear gas bombs and fire into the crowd; three strikers are killed, 25 wounded – 1916
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2014.01.06—website-new-unionismCool Labor Site: New Unionism Network
New Unionism is about unions setting agendas, rather than just reacting to them. This network unites supporters of four key principles: organizing, workplace democracy, internationalism and creativity.  http://www.newunionism.net/

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