Professor’s Plea: Living Wage for 1912 Textile Strikers

By Dana Rubin March 04, 2020 Third in a series commemorating Women’s History Month by spotlighting a significant speech or testimony delivered by a woman in the U.S. on this date. The “Bread and Roses Strike” had been in progress for two months in the harsh winter of 1912 when Vida Scudder arrived at Lawrence, Mass., invited Read More