Thursday, May 10, 2012

Today in Labor History—May 10

May 10, 1920 – Dock workers in England refused to load armaments for use by Allies against Russia. (From the Daily Bleed)

May 10, 1922 – 200 labor leaders were arrested in Chicago for complicity in the murder of two policemen and the bombing of factories. (From the Daily Bleed)

May 10, 1980 – 50,000 marched for passage of Equal Rights Amendment. (From the Daily Bleed)

May 10, 1980 – 20,000 marched in a funeral procession for slain protesters in San Salvador, El Salvador. (From the Daily Bleed)

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