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  • WTUL — This article is about the radio station. See also the Women s Trade Union League. Infobox Radio Station name = WTUL airdate = 1959 frequency = 91.5 (MHz) city = New Orleans, Louisiana area = New Orleans, Louisiana format = Progressive music owner …   Wikipedia

  • WTUL — Women s Trade Union League (Community » Unions) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • Women's Trade Union League — WTUL Full name Women s Trade Union League Founded 1903 Date dissolved 1950 Country United States Head union American Federation of Labor Key people …   Wikipedia

  • Women's Trade Union League — (WTUL)    The WTUL is the first American national trade union dedicated to women workers. Due to the fact that the American Federation of Labor (AFL) would not include women workers into its unions, settlement workers Lillian Wald and Jane Addams …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Rose Schneiderman — Infobox Person name = Rose Schneiderman image size = 180px caption = birth date = birth date|1882|4|6|mf=y birth place = Poland death date = death date|1972|8|11|mf=y death place = occupation = U.S. labor union leader spouse = parents = children …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Kenny O'Sullivan — (January 8, 1864 January 18, 1943), was an organizer in the early U.S. labor movement. She learned early the importance of unions from poor treatment received at her first job in dressmaking. Making a career in bookbinding, she joined the Ladies… …   Wikipedia

  • New Orleans — The Big Easy and NOLA redirect here. For other uses, see The Big Easy (disambiguation) and NOLA (disambiguation). This article is about the city. For other uses, see New Orleans (disambiguation). City of New Orleans Ville de La Nou …   Wikipedia

  • Women's Trade Union League — ▪ American organization       American organization, the first national association dedicated to organizing women workers. Founded in 1903, the WTUL proved remarkably successful in uniting women from all classes to work toward better, fairer… …   Universalium

  • Crescent City Radio — Broadcast area New Orleans, LA Branding Crescent City Radio Slogan Music for your mind. Frequency Internet rad …   Wikipedia

  • HERSTEIN, LILLIAN — (1886–1983), education advocate, union organizer, and life long activist for social justice. Herstein was the youngest of six children in a Lithuanian Jewish immigrant family. Her father, Wolf, worked as the sextant of a synagogue, while her… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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