At First, These Images Look Like a Bunch of Lazy Workers. But Then, You See They’re Actually Heroes

September 21, 2014

The 1936 sit-down strike at General Motor’s Flint, Mich., plant was a pivotal event in the establishment of workers’ rights and power in the United States and the growth of the UAWThis installment of Upworthy’s miniseries on labor history examines the strike that it calls a turning point and game changer for workers and their unions. Read it here

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