African American studies

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African American and Hispanic American workers on strike against Kellwood, wearing placards that encourage support for better wages by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University African American members of ILGWU Local 222 picket outside. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University African American employees of Ottenheimer on strike for poor treatment. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University African American women picket for unionization by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University African American workers picket with placards announcing their strike against the Wentworth Manufacturing Company and decrying police behavior and arrests of co-workers, 1968. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University African American and white shipping clerks strike in front of a fire for better wages and union recognition. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University An African American man presses a garment. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University An African American man cuts fabric in a large garment shop with a power cutter. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University An African American man pressing garments in a shop by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University Group of African American men listen to a speaker during an outdoor STFU meeting by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University An Asian American and an African American woman wear signs that indicate that they are on strike against Ottenheimer for poor treatment and unfair labor practices, December 1, 1966. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University White and African American male strikers of ILGWU Local 23-25 wear signs while picketing against Judy Bond blouses. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University A young African American woman watches at least seven sewing machines working simultaneously. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University Maida Springer (Kemp) poses with two other African American women. by Flickr user Kheel Center, Cornell University Iron Horn Fabricated by Ernie Ahrens,  at the Community Folk Art Center Exhibition "The Whipping Post" (Syracuse, NY) by Flickr user takomabibelot