Today in Labor History: January 20; Cool Labor Site

Today in Labor History: January 202014.01.20—history-chi-crib-disaster
Chicago Crib Disaster—A fire breaks out during construction of a water tunnel for the city of Chicago, burning the wooden dormitory housing the tunnel workers.  While 46 survive the fire by jumping into the frigid lake and climbing onto ice floes, approximately 60 men die, 29 burned beyond recognition and the others drowned – 1909
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Cool Labor Site: Wage Theft
This is the central place to find information if you are looking into your options after having been cheated out of wages, or if you are simply looking to learn the basics regarding the issue of wage theft.  http://www.wagetheft.org/

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