Collective Memory – 1936 UAW Strike

Collective Memory - 1936 UAW Strike
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We’re going to talk about a UAW strike in Flint, Michigan that rocked the world. We’ll discuss the importance of this strike, how people experienced it at the time, and its lasting effects on the American labor movement. We’ll also talk about the numerous tactics the state used to crush the strike, up to and including raids by police armed with tear gas and guns.

Original cover art for this episode provided by Greer Siegel.

A transcript of this episode is available by request at pacsentinel.com

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