Individual labor activists.

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Dollinger, Genora Johnson. Individual labor activists.

Individual labor activists.

Presents the oral histories of four individuals active in the labor movement in different regions of the country and/or who were participants in historic moments in labor history. Genora Johnson Dollinger was the founder of the Women's Emergency Brigade during the 1936-7 auto workers strike in Flint, Michigan; Elinor Glenn was a leading organizer of public employees in Los Angeles starting in the 1940s and was a leader in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU); Mary Thomas (O"Neal) was an eyewitness to the massacre during the Ludlow, Colorado strike of 1914; and Stan Weir was a rank and file organizer among California auto and longshore workers and the founder of Singlejack Books.

29 compact discs (approx. 35 hrs) ; 4 3/4 in.

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