Skip to comments.It's Labor History Week, er, Month
Posted on 03/23/2012 7:57:24 AM PDT by SmithLEdited on 03/23/2012 8:33:14 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
A Democrat-dominated Legislature that wanted students to learn about the accomplishments of unions apparently goofed a decade ago in designating the first week in April as Labor History Week, urging schools to commemorate it.
That week is spring break in many school districts, so students are neither attending classes nor applauding unions.
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Wonder if they will teach about the terrorist led actions of Richard Trumka in the United Mine Workers strike in 1988/89 in Southwest Virginia?
Well hell, why not let’s just make it a year or decade? /s
“It’s only for a week so have no fear/Be grateful that it doesn’t last all year.”
But, they want to move it to May? Isn’t Harvey Milk’s birthday in May? Now that California is mandated to teach homosexual history, could there be a conflict between teaching labor history and homosexual history????
No, they won’t say anything about violence in the coal fields during coal miners strikes.
There’s a long history of violence in those places, sad to say.
Labor unions are known for one other key thing in the left-leaning Capitol: Spending millions to bolster campaigns of pro-union Democrats and ballot measures in statewide elections.
Labor Studies = Screw the Taxpayer Studies
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