Labor History of America

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Date
197u
Main contributor
Schilling, Jane Edward, 1930-2017
Summary
Sister Jane Schilling narrates a brief history of labor in the United States from the founding of the country to post-WWII. She describes the struggles of different groups, including African Americans, Chinese immigrants, and Mexican-American migrant workers. She describes the violent outcomes of unionizing and striking, as well as the development of labor laws in the US.
Subjects
Labor--United States--History; African Americans--Employment--History; Discrimination in employment
Collection
The Afro-American in Indiana (radio series)
Unit
Archives of African American Music and Culture
Language
English
Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (24:04) : 7 in.
Other Identifiers
Shelf Number: OR 279; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001808338

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