On the unusually warm day of May 5, 1886, some 1500 workers marched toward the huge Bay View Rolling MillsRead more
The Wisconsin Labor History Society is pleased to announce the availability of a six-part video series, “An Historical Overview ofRead more
In our November 22, 2016 online newsletter, we provided links to a number of articles, commenting on the impact ofRead more
Tomorrow’s future workers are today’s middle and high school students and they are missing out on a vital part of their education – the story of labor and how unions have helped to build a nation!
Since its founding in 1981, the Wisconsin Labor History Society has made it a key mission to urge the teaching of workers and labor history in our state schools. This year, as in the past, we are offering great cash prizes to middle and high school students to encourage their study of labor history:Read more
The future growth of the labor movement may depend heavily upon the nation’s more than 42 million immigrants. That themeRead more