Thanks for the Weekend!

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It’s easy to take what we have for granted and forget that other people fought and sometimes died for it.

In the late 19th century, the standard work day was a minimum of 12 hours, and the standard work week was 6 days. Early union people, and Wisconsin was a leader in this area, fought for all the workplace protections that we now take as our birthright.

Click the poster above to download a printable version.

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Thanks to Julia Berg, Scott McKenzie,and Travis Poling for this idea.


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