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Domestic Workers’ Union in Harlem Established in 1934

When Dora Lee Jones helped establish the Domestic Workers’ Union in Harlem in 1934, it was believed the association was a stepping tool in erasing domestic slavery. The group was first started by a group from Finland and African-Americans in California, who saw the necessity for a fight against the exploitation of Black domestic. The […]

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