Rest In Power Anna Lopizzo.

Posted: January 29, 2015 in In Remembrance, Solidarity

Many thanks for this.

In today from Andy Thibault shared Zinn Education Project‘s photo.
#tdih On January 29, 1912 Lawrence textile strike participant Anna LoPizzo was murdered and three strike leaders (not at the scene) were accused of her murder in an effort to derail the strike. The accused were Arturo Giovannitti, Joseph James Ettor, and Joseph Caruso. The three remained in jail without bail until the end of November 1912. Their trial is a great topic for students to study on labor and criminal justice history. The Zinn Education Project offers free lessons and recommended resources for teaching about the Bread and Roses Strike: http://bit.ly/18wdbje Thanks to Bread and Roses 1912-2012 for the information.

‪#‎tdih‬ On January 29, 1912 Lawrence textile strike participant Anna LoPizzo was murdered and three strike leaders (not at the scene) were accused of her murder in an effort to derail the strike. The accused were Arturo Giovannitti, Joseph James Ettor, and Joseph Caruso. The three remained in jail without bail until the end of November 1912. Their trial is a great topic for students to study on labor and criminal justice history. The Zinn Education Project offers free lessons and recommended resources for teaching about the Bread and Roses Strike:http://bit.ly/18wdbje Thanks to Bread and Roses 1912-2012 for the information.

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