2 edition of Black Workers and the New Unions found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ayer Co Pub|
|Publishers||Ayer Co Pub|
|LC Classifications||June 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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2 percent share of non-construction blue-collar occupations. The data analyzed are based on a sample of construction industry workers who live in New York City and are ages 18 to 64. Another agency created during the Great Depression was the United States Housing Authority, established in the Department of Interior by the U. Unions have suffered as manufacturing has moved south away from their old strongholds in the north of the US.
Industrial unionism organized a plant-wide union, regardless of particular jobs, meaning that Blacks in the most dangerous, dirty and low-paid jobs would be in the same local as better-paid whites.
African Americans made significant gains in industrial employment, particularly in the steel, automobile, shipbuilding, and meatpacking industries. In 1936, the ASU dissolved first into the Farmers Union of Alabama and then into the Alabama Agricultural Workers Union, which continued to fight on behalf of both day laborers and tenants and sharecroppers. When African-Americans wanted to organize, they created their own unions.
In 1939, the Supreme Court ruled that employers had the right to fire sit-down strikers, even if they were protesting a labor violation.
Some of these states have laws covering various groups of employees.
But the situation in the fields of California proved similar enough that the largely Chicano and Filipino farmworkers benefited by the new public understanding of racism.