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The TFW issue is a deep and multilayered subject. It runs the width of the spectrum. From TFW to newly arrived immigrants there are many levels to entering the Canadian workforce and society. 104 more words

Think Hard or Hardly Thinking? Target’s Anti-Union Propaganda

By Jason Edwards http://rankandfile.ca

A video made for employees of Target, titled “Think Hard: Protect Your Signature,” warning employees about the potential perils of signing a union support card, has been shared widely online as of late. 1,251 more words

Unions

Think Hard or Hardly Thinking? Target’s Anti-Union Propaganda

By Jason Edwards     http://rankandfile.ca

A video made for employees of Target, titled “Think Hard: Protect Your Signature,” warning employees about the potential perils of signing a union support card, has been shared widely online as of late. 1,238 more words

Unions

Today Is the Centennial Anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre, One of the Pivotal Events in U.S. Labor History

What follows is taken from the United Mine Workers website.

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The Ludlow Massacre

The date April 20, 1914 will forever be a day of infamy for American workers. 432 more words

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"One of the bleakest and blackest episodes of American labor history"

April 20th, 2014, is the 100th anniversary of the Ludlow massacre, which historian Wallace Stegenr described as “One of the bleakest and blackest episodes of American labor history.”  The massacre claimed the lives of between 19 and 26 people, two of whom were women and 11 of whom were children who were burned/asphyxiated when the Colorado National Guard set fire to a tent that was over the man made  cave where they had sought shelter.  217 more words

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100 years ago: the Ludlow massacre

From the United Mine Workers of America website:

The date April 20, 1914 will forever be a day of infamy for American workers. On that day, 19 innocent men, women and children were killed in the Ludlow Massacre. 587 more words

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The Daily Worker, Part III

Part three of the Daily Worker covers December 1925 through August 1927. As with the earlier posts in this series, the quality of both the original papers and the microfilm is far from perfect. 74 more words

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