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Today in Labor History
Sept. 15, 1845: Some 5,000 female cotton workers in and around Pittsburgh, Pa., strike for a 10-hour day. The next day, male trade unionists become the first auxiliary when they gather to protect the women from police attacks. The strike ultimately failed.
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This Day in Labor History: June 10, 1963
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June 10, 2013 | WAGE EQUALITY | On this day 50 years ago, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act in an effort to abolish wage discrimination based on gender. Half a century later, the Obama administration is pushing Congress to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, designed to make wage differences more transparent. Learn more here.


 
 
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