Joyce Lewis Kornbluh, an educator, activist, and advocate, has spent over fifty-five years of her life striving to improve workplace conditions and the economic and social status of working-class people, especially low-paid women minority workers. She has been a tireless promoter of equality for women in their workplaces and labor organizations, and has also helped bring about laws and education programs dealing with affirmative action, equal pay, and the end of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Rebel Voices: An IWW Anthology
Editor: Joyce L. Kornbluh • Preface by Daniel Gross • Contributions by Franklin Rosemont • Introduction by Fred Thompson
Publisher: PM Press/The Charles H. Kerr Library
Format: Paperback, ePub, mobi, PDF
Size: 7 x 10
Page count: 472
Subjects: History, Labor, Politics
“Not even the doughtiest of capitalism’s defenders can read these pages without understanding how much glory and nobility there was in the IWW story, and how much shame for the nation that treated the Wobblies so shabbily.” —New York Times Book Review, on the 1964 edition.
“The IWW blazed a path in industrial history and its influence is still felt today. Joyce Kornbluh has performed a valuable service to unionism by compiling this comprehensive anthology on the more militant side of labor history.” —Southwest Labor
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