Today in Labor History

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September 22, 1910

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Seventeen-year old garment worker Hannah Shapiro leads a spontaneous walkout at a Hart, Schaffner & Marx factory in Chicago.  The strike quickly spread to other plants until it involved 40,000 garment workers across the city, protesting wages, hours, and working conditions.

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