By Our Hands: Here’s How Bonnie Blair Became the Typist of the Black Sanitation Workers on Strike in Memphis When Dr. King Was Killed
“I typed all day long for T.O. Jones,” said Bonnie Blair, recalling the rainy day in 1968 when she wrote 33 letters from striking sanitation workers to Mayor Henry Loeb of Memphis, Tennessee.
Why the Best Protectors for Workers Are Other Workers
As concertgoers fled the mass shooting at the country music festival outside the Mandalay Bay in Clark County, Nevada, at the end of the Las Vegas strip, dozens of off-duty firefighters attending the concert sprang into action. Twelve were among the wounded by gunfire.