“Love and Solidarity: Rev. James Lawson and Nonviolence in the Search for Workers’ Rights,” a film by Michael Honey
Historians look for details to make history come alive, and oral history can provide them. Over thirty years of research, my scores of interviews with black and white workers in the South opened many new perspectives for me. Read more →
National History Day Students Win 2016 Regional Video Contest Employing Labor Archives of Washington Collections and Staff Interviews
James N. Gregory, “Radicals in the Democratic Party, from Upton Sinclair to Bernie Sanders,” The Conversation (August 2, 2016)
As we watch Bernie Sanders’ supporters struggling to come to terms with the nomination of Hillary Clinton, it makes sense to ask why leftists are involved in the Democratic Party in the first place… Read more →
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