Each year more than 30,000 students visit the Baltimore Museum of Industry to learn about the city’s industrial past. While […]
On May 22, workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art announced their intention to unionize and requested that the museum’s […]
On April 7, 1970, road workers employed by Garrett County in Maryland went on strike in an effort to unionize. […]
Today, newspapers often run headlines highlighting poor labor conditions in overseas clothing factories. A new exhibit opening at the American […]
Blue and gold state historical markers are a common site in Philadelphia and certain regions of Pennsylvania. However, until Saturday […]
The American Labor Museum in Haledon, New Jersey today stands on a quiet street, but in 1913, this historic house […]
“Women at Work on Cooper Street” is the newest exhibit on display at the MARCH house at Rutgers-Camden. The project details the varied lives of women who lived along Cooper Street in Camden in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The project includes over 150 interviews conducted between 1954 and 1990 by Hagley’s staff and volunteers.
Q&A with author, artist, and agitator Ruth Sergel about her arts, humanities, public history, and social activism practice, writing ‘See You in the Streets,’ and more.