Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, June 6, 1937:  A general strike by some 12,000 auto workers and others in Lansing, MI, shuts down the city for a month in what would become known as the city’s “Labor Holiday.”  The strike was precipitated by the arrest of nine workers, including the wife of the local union president.

Today in labor history, June 6, 1937:  A general strike by some 12,000 auto workers and others in Lansing, MI, shuts down the city for a month in what would become known as the city’s “Labor Holiday.”  The strike was precipitated by the arrest of nine workers, including the wife of the local union president.

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    Striking workers with hats!!
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