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Teaching resources on labor activism

In (belated) honor of Labor Day and the start of the new school year, I want to call your attention to a set of lesson plans on labor activism and communal responsibility. The lessons are based on a speech given by Rose Schneiderman, a Jewish immigrant activist, lifelong advocate for the rights of workers and of women, and powerful orator. Schneiderman used her speeches to galvanize leaders and ordinary citizens to action on behalf of workers, immigrants, and other disadvantaged members of society. This edition of Go & Learn uses Schneiderman's speech and life example to explore our communal and individual responsibilities for the well being of others in our midst.

Topics: Labor Rights
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Rosenbaum, Judith. "Teaching resources on labor activism." 8 September 2009. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on August 24, 2019) <https://jwa.org/blog/Schneiderman_lessons>.

Rose Schneiderman speaking at a union rally, circa 1910s. 
Courtesy of Brown Brothers
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