SOURCE: New York Times
Leaders like Elizabeth Warren are hoping that the current crisis will spur the kind of labor organizing that happened in the 1930s as workers fight for economic survival.
by Lawrence Wittner
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SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Aimee Loiselle
Historian Aimee Loiselle discusses Traci Parker's new book Department Stores and the Black Freedom Movement: Workers, Consumers, and Civil Rights from the 1930s to the 1980s.
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