The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire on March 25, 1911, remains one of the greatest workplace tragedies in American history. The deaths of 146 garment workers in New York City — most of them young, immigrant women — led to legislative reforms on a national level and spurred the growth of organized labor.
Historian Dr. Pam Nadell of American University will discuss this tragic and important event.
Presented by The Emanuel Adult Education Committee on ZOOM
FREE- but donations are appreciated.
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