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On a Personal Level, 1981

On a Personal Level, 1981 Jim Daniels In , shaken by a gang of white men in the Ku Klux Klan, Louis’s family moved to Detroit, Michigan, forming part of the post – World War I great migration. Joe’s brother worked for Ford Motor Company (where Joe would himself work for a time at the River Rouge Plant), and the family settled into a home . . . in Detroit’s Black Bottom neighborhood. — Faces of Black History A memorial to Louis was dedicated in Detroit on October , . The sculpture . . . is a -foot-long arm with a sted hand suspended by a -foot-high pyramidal framework. It represents the power of his punch both inside and outside the ring. — Wikipedia I tossed massive truck axles from rotating hooks onto pallets at the end of the assembly line in the Ford Sterling Axle Plant, seven miles down Mound Road from the Motor City border at Eight Mile Road. Huh (lift) / Ugh (toss) alternating with another guy to allow a few seconds of human recovery time. At the end of my rst shifts, my arms tingled and ached with numb strings of sweat as I wobbled toward the time clock. What http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Labor Duke University Press

On a Personal Level, 1981

Labor , Volume 16 (1) – Mar 1, 2019

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Copyright © 2019 Labor and Working-Class History Association
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1547-6715
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1558-1454
DOI
10.1215/15476715-7269293
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Abstract

Jim Daniels In , shaken by a gang of white men in the Ku Klux Klan, Louis’s family moved to Detroit, Michigan, forming part of the post – World War I great migration. Joe’s brother worked for Ford Motor Company (where Joe would himself work for a time at the River Rouge Plant), and the family settled into a home . . . in Detroit’s Black Bottom neighborhood. — Faces of Black History A memorial to Louis was dedicated in Detroit on October , . The sculpture . . . is a -foot-long arm with a sted hand suspended by a -foot-high pyramidal framework. It represents the power of his punch both inside and outside the ring. — Wikipedia I tossed massive truck axles from rotating hooks onto pallets at the end of the assembly line in the Ford Sterling Axle Plant, seven miles down Mound Road from the Motor City border at Eight Mile Road. Huh (lift) / Ugh (toss) alternating with another guy to allow a few seconds of human recovery time. At the end of my rst shifts, my arms tingled and ached with numb strings of sweat as I wobbled toward the time clock. What

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LaborDuke University Press

Published: Mar 1, 2019

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