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Movin' On. 1969

A history of the creation and use of America's railroads, told from the perspective of the workers. This film was commissioned by the United Transportation Union. Produced and directed by…

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Testimony: Justice vs. J.P. Stevens. 1977

Film made for the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union exposing the poor working conditions and mistreatment of employees at J.P. Stevens, specifically the company's textile mills in…

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The People vs. Willie Farah. 1973

Television program supporting the striking workers at El Paso's Farah Manufacturing Company. Features interviews with the workers, who express their frustrations with working conditions at the…

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Toni Gilpin: “‘We’re Not Going to Be Second Class Citizens in the South’: the Radical, Interracial Organizing Model of the Farm Equipment Workers in Louisville, Kentucky“

The second in a series of two lectures from Toni Gilpin, given for the Havens Wright Center Spring 2021 Visiting Scholar Program. Toni Gilpin is a labor historian, writer, and activist who holds a…

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Toni Gilpin: “Class Collaboration or Class War? The Battle to Define Profit, Progress, and the Purpose of Unionism in the 20th Century Labor Movement”

The first in a series of two lectures from Toni Gilpin, given for the Havens Wright Center Spring 2021 Visiting Scholar Program. Toni Gilpin is a labor historian, writer, and activist who holds a…

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