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What do labor history and movements for women’s rights have in common?
Check out the new additions to the Teaching Labor’s Story resource bank:
Document Selection and Teaching Guide by Michelle Killion Morahn, Affiliated Faculty, Indiana State University
Document Selection and Teaching Guide by: Katherine Turk, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Debs makes the case for women’s suffrage with a combination of natural rights and class interest arguments, draws support from the new science of sociology, and makes a not-very-subtle critique of patriarchy within the socialist movement itself.
Teaching Labor’s Story: Writing Workshop
Saturday, May 22
Session B: 10:45 – 12 PST/12:45-2 CST/1:45-3 EST
Are you committed to bringing labor and working class history into the mainstream ?
Are you looking for a worthwhile peer-reviewed publication opportunity?
Are you interested in building connections with labor scholars?Read more →
Four New Teaching Labor’s Stories! Check them out —
The TLS repository now offers more ways to examine how work changed in the early- to mid-twentieth century, and how repressive state systems worked to constrain different groups of workers, including Black labor.Read more →
Margaret Chanler Aldrich and the Teaching Committee have completed another section of Teaching Labor’s Story, featuring a poem first published in the New York Times. The poem was then used by the National Consumers’ League for its campaign to improve conditions for retail workers around Christmas.Read more →
LAWCHA’s Teaching Labor’s Story project has an answer – NEW to the TLS project: Thematic Threads.Read more →
Clare Lemlich has provided a new teaching resource for Teaching Labor’s Story. It is a primary source material lesson plan involving a magazine article written by immigrant garment worker and labor leader. The article describes working conditions in New York City’s garment factories and advocates votes for women.Read more →