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    Today's Labor History
     

    Some 12,000 pecan shellers in San Antonio, Texas—mostly Latino women—walk off their jobs at 400 factories in what was to become a three-month strike against wage cuts. Strike leader Emma Tenayuca (photo) was eventually hounded out of the state - 1938

    After scoring successes with representation elections conducted under the protective oversight of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, the United Farm Workers of America officially ends its historic table grape, lettuce and wine boycotts - 1978


    Union and student pressure forces Harvard University to adopt new labor policies raising wages for lowest-paid workers - 2002

    Five months after Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans school board fires every teacher in the district in what the United Teachers of New Orleans sees as an effort to break the union and privatize the school system - 2005

    Labor history courtesy Union Communication Services

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