Perspective: 134 years after a massacre in Bay View, the way we work continues to change
By: Bill Walsh Facebook | Twitter
Posted: May 3, 2020 9:00 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The first week in May marks a somber anniversary in Milwaukee. 134 years ago, the Bay View Massacre left an indelible mark on America's labor movement. And now the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 is focusing new attention on working conditions.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Bill Walsh shared some thoughts about the way work has changed over the generations.