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  • U.S. Labor History Comes Alive in Greensboro, Sundays 4/21-5/26

    We are pleased to announce that the annual Spring labor history series sponsored by N.C. Triad Jobs with Justice returns for 2013! This year the theme will be “In the Current Crisis – The U.S. Labor Movement Fights Back!”

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  • U.S. Labor History Comes Alive as Film Series for Fall 2011

    The Triad chapter of Jobs with Justice labor history classes return as a film series for Fall 2011. Screenings will be held Sunday afternoons from September 11 to October 16.

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  • The Triangle Fire: Still Burning Before Our Nation

    100 years ago today in New York City, 146 workers, mostly young immigrant girls, jumped to their deaths from the 10-story building, unable to escape a fire because factory foremen had locked all the doors. The owners, Isaac Harris and Max Blanck, worried the workers would steal from the company.

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  • Jobs with Justice Brings U.S. Labor History Alive

    If you don’t know your history… North Carolina Triad Jobs with Justice is sponsoring a U.S. labor history class on five Sunday afternoons in a row beginning on October 24th and ending on November 21st. The title of the class is: “The Historical Struggle for Working Class Unity in the USA and the Way Forward […]

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