Item no. 24148
|Collection: Henry Foner|
Union Square on May Day 1952. Henry Foner, currently co-historian for Labor Arts," was education director of the Furriers Joing Board in 1952 when he spoke at this May Day celebration in Union Square. He condemned the Taft-Hartley "slave labor " law before a crowd of several thousand May Day marchers at one of the last May Day parades.
See also an image of a man listening intently at a demonstration on Union Square.