View of unidentified men protesting segregated facilities outside of Rich’s store in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. December 1960.
Established in 1988 the B. F. Skinner Foundation has a wealth of material from Skinner’s literary estate, from donations from his colleagues and students, and from family members.
Police officers and illegal liquor, Northfield, Minnesota, 1930.
At 11:00 am on May 15, 1919, workers walked off the job and marched into the streets of Winnipeg, leading to one of the biggest labour actions Canada has ever seen. Strikers included both the private and public sectors, and ranged from garment workers to police officers. On June 21, 1919, the Royal North-West Mounted Police and hired union busters rode on horseback and fired into a crowd of thousands of workers, killing two and injuring countless others.
The stock market crash of 1929 defined the decade of the 1930s for Michigan and the whole nation. The decade was a critical one for the Michigan Conference of Social Work, which was operating as it had since 1912 with volunteer efforts augmented by dues and conference fees.
CWS Vocational Training Centre for Girls was started in 1967 with dress making as its first activity for girls. The centre relocated and in 1990, it was eventually renamed as the Canossa Vocational Centre (Sewing) when it moved into the site of the former Our Lady of Lourdes School at Ophir Road. The Centre closed in 2003.
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The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) was founded in Calgary in 1932 as a political coalition of progressive, socialist and labour groups that wanted economic reform, to help Canadians affected by the Great Depression.
Sandy Stokes walks down Main Street in Farmville to protest school closures in July of 1963.
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