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SFU Labour Studies May 1
Happy May Day! Check out this timeline of Canadian strikes by the Graphic History Collective:
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York OECTA May 15
On this day 100 years ago 35,000 workers in Winnipeg united to ask for the right to bargain. ⁩ What the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike teaches every working person | The Star
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@UNITY Jan 21
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Telford Labour Party Jun 10
International Co-Operative Alliance 1895 - beautiful commemorative stamp! Anyone know the year? (We love our co-operative council!)
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Kayode Adeniran Jan 3
As tomorrow marks 70 years since Clement Attlee's government created Basildon, it was apt that on tonight's Economic Development Committee I raised the importance of ensuring Basildon's town centres and high streets continue to thrive.
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Jessica Hinchy Mar 17
any tips on research about trade unionism, workers’ activism and in interwar Singapore and Malaya? For one of my honours students, doing v interesting research on “cabaret girls” (dancing partners) and their organisations.
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Evan Smith Jul 11
Next year is 100th anniversary of founding of the Communist Party of Great Britain. Are there events or publications planned?
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Scott Cowen 21h
Sunday session with comrade - great to learn about how we can improve our efforts in advancing workers interest 💪
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Stand Movie Mar 7
Helen Armstrong was a fierce proponent of women's and Labour rights c.1919. Here she is depicted by Haley Sales in a scene from the .
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Michelle Carmody Mar 12
Today's winner of best snappy book title AND best graphic design goes to...
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Adrienne Roberts Aug 16
Stopped by to acknowledge the legacy of Jack Layton.
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Katrina Navickas Mar 7
this red plaque is out the back of Piccadilly station. Are there any others other than the Peterloo plaque?
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Gary Alikivi May 9
Searching through a box of family history stuff I found a few tickets which belonged to my great uncle Richard Ewart MP for Sunderland 1945 until his death in 1953.
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Manchester Uni Press May 1
Look what the postman's just delivered, and on . ‘Assembling Cultures’ by Available to order now:
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Richard Johnson Apr 26
I'm passing through Harold Wilson's old constituency!
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Tracey Ramsey Aug 5
So proud of my local Local 200 that held the blockade & gained the Rand formula for automatic dues check-off. My great grandfather Roy Draper was on the line & I heard the stories of it from my grandmother. In 2015 we re-enacted it on Drouillard Rd.
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Adam Harrison Jun 4
This passage from Ben Pimlott's magisterial biography of Harold Wilson is quite something to read. If only we had a leader today who could square the various circles and then bring the country back together!
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CLC Labour Education Apr 3
This Week in History: April 2, 1998 – Delwin Vriend wins his case at the Supreme Court, winning new Charter protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation for everyone.
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Edda Nicolson Jul 20
Hi - Long shot but don't suppose anyone has a of David Swift's 'For Class And Country: The Patriotic Left and the First World War' they'd like to share, pretty please?
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Co-op Radio 100.5 FM Aug 14
This Week in : workers organised a union at a Macdonald’s in Squamish in 1998. But a year later, 20 years ago, it was decertified. To learn more, listen to , tonight and every Wednesday, at 8 pm, on CFRO 100.5 FM or online at
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