Monthly Archive: March 2020

Police and Pickets - The Labor movement

March 1941 – Strikes, Sit-downs And Walk-outs. Organized Labor And Ford – Past Daily Reference Room

Become a Patron! Between 1937 and 1941, several thousand workers were fired from Ford plants on suspicion of being union activists or even sympathizers. Ford’s black officials along with black ministers and Urban League officials spoke to black workers at Ford and to their families arguing that the UAW would...

Oscar Van Hemel

Music Of Oscar Van Hemel – Theo Olof And Paul Hupperts With The Utrecht Symphony – 1948 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Oscar Van Hemel – Violin Concerto – Theo Olof, Violin – Utrecht Symphony Orchestra- Paul Hupperts, Cond. VPRO Transcription – 1948 – Become a Patron! Music of Belgian/Dutch composer Oscar Van Hemel this weekend. His violin concerto, as performed on this Radio Nederland transcription disc with Theo Olof, Violin and...

Robert F. Kennedy

March 27, 1957 – The McClellan Hearings – RFK Vs. The Teamsters

Can’t keep it going without you: Become a Patron! News for this March 27th in 1957 had much to do with the ongoing Labor Racketeering Hearings going on in Washington. One of the up-and-coming stars of the hearings was a young Chief Counsel for the McLellan Committee on Improper Activities...