Bread and Roses Strike: 100th Anniversary--Katy Swalwell


Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly versionOne of the great silences in the mainstream school curriculum is the role that social movements have played in making this a more fair, more peaceful, more democratic world. Students learn little about the collective efforts and strategies involved in the movements to abolish slavery, to demand women’s rights, to end unjust wars, to fight for civil rights—or for workers to bargain collectively for a living wage and workplace dignity. One of the most significant struggles for workers’ rights --> Read More
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