"There's an inscription on the monument by one of the martyrs who was hung, it says 'The day will come, when our silence will be more powerful than the voices you are throttling today.'”
On today’s show, Saul Schniderman takes us on a road trip to discover the markers, memorials and monuments commemorating the history and heritage of America's workers. Saul directs the Inventory of American Labor Landmarks, a project of the Labor Heritage Foundation.
Plus this week’s Labor History in 2: Breaking the Glass Ceiling.
Produced by Chris Garlock; edited by Patrick Dixon. To contribute a labor history item, email email@example.com
Labor History Today is produced by the Metro Washington Council’s Union City Radio and the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University.
The Saul Schniderman interview originally aired on the Heartland Labor Forum. You’ll find more Labor History in 2:00 here.
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