Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining: The Audacity And Penalties

Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining

Could The Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining Be Repeated I watched a documentary entitled Triangle Fire collective bargaining, which is a story about the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in New York. It claimed the lives of 146 workers, primarily women, young and old, that went on strike to protest deplorable working conditions. The factory owners were wealthy, but they grew up poor, so their zenith about money was to be cheap, tight-fisted and hateful. I could hardly believe the cruelty and brutality that was perpetrated on women, who happened to be Caucasian, by their employers and people within the community. As a Black American woman, I am no stranger to cruelty against women of my own race. I have also read various historical books, so I am aware of America’s past child labor infractions. Yet, I was ignorant about the plight of women who joined together in a dangerous and hostile…

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