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January 4 - Rehabilitation, Not Humiliation

January 4 - Rehabilitation, Not Humiliation


On this day in Labor History the year was 1965. That was the day that 8,000 social workers went on strike in New York City.  For twenty-eight days that bitter cold January these workers marched on the picket lines. They were members of AFSCME District Council 37 union and the Social Service Employees Union. 

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