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Pohjois-Tansaniassa sijaitseva järvi, jonka lasimainen pinta hämää lintuja ja saa ne törmäämään järveen. Linnut jäävät jumiin veteen, ja korkean lämpötilan sekä pH-arvon takia linnut kalkkeutuvat kuoltuaan.

Pohjois-Tansaniassa sijaitseva järvi, jonka lasimainen pinta hämää lintuja ja saa ne törmäämään järveen. Linnut jäävät jumiin veteen, ja korkean lämpötilan sekä pH-arvon takia linnut kalkkeutuvat kuoltuaan.

memorialmassacre

memorialmassacre

Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Dress evolution

Dress evolution

Today in Labor Hostory April 29th

Today in Labor Hostory April 29th

Michigan labor history: Organizing in tough times | The Detroit News

Michigan labor history: Organizing in tough times | The Detroit News

Site of the Battle of Matewan, as it appeared in 1920.

Site of the Battle of Matewan, as it appeared in 1920.

Today in labor history: Rochester general strike

Today in labor history: Rochester general strike

The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - Newsies. Newsies: Newsboy asleep on stairs with papers. Jersey City, New Jersey.

The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - Newsies. Newsies: Newsboy asleep on stairs with papers. Jersey City, New Jersey.

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October 24, 1940:  The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938’s mandate of a 40-hour work week with time-and-a half overtime pay for hours of work beyond that goes into effect.  The legislation was passed to eliminate “labor conditions detrimental to the maintenance of the minimum standard of living necessary for health, efficiency, and the general well-being of workers.”

October 24, 1940

October 24, 1940: The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938’s mandate of a 40-hour work week with time-and-a half overtime pay for hours of work beyond that goes into effect. The legislation was passed to eliminate “labor conditions detrimental to the maintenance of the minimum standard of living necessary for health, efficiency, and the general well-being of workers.”

November 1910. Birmingham, Alabama. "Donnie Cole. 'Our baby doffer,' they called him. This is one of the machines he has been working at for some months at the Avondale Mills. Said, after hesitation, 'I'm 12,' and another small boy added, 'He can't work unless he's twelve.' Child labor regulations conspicuously posted in the mill." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine

November 1910. Birmingham, Alabama. "Donnie Cole. 'Our baby doffer,' they called him. This is one of the machines he has been working at for some months at the Avondale Mills. Said, after hesitation, 'I'm 12,' and another small boy added, 'He can't work unless he's twelve.' Child labor regulations conspicuously posted in the mill." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine

c. 1886-1910, [portrait of two gentlemen seated in front of painted backdrop depicting the Statue of Liberty] via Harvard University, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Department of Photography

c. 1886-1910, [portrait of two gentlemen seated in front of painted backdrop depicting the Statue of Liberty] via Harvard University, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Department of Photography

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