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By sharing our experiences, we see our problems more clearly

RELATIONS WITHIN THE CLASS We come here with equal rights. All of us have a right to take part in the discussion. We are all workers, but we do not all do the same kind of work. We come here … Continue reading

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That night I had dreams of the mill

My Days as a Learner “For days and days I hunted for work. Days fled into weeks, and weeks into months, and still I was Looking for work. Ten cent stores, restaurants, cafes, mills, mills, mills–and all said ‘No, we … Continue reading

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The idea that “what happened to me” is important

Introduction to I Am A Woman Worker (1936) The stories told here form an important item in the raw material of workers’ education. Economists tell us that they are not economics: they contain for the most part neither statistics nor … Continue reading

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