Some 1,300 sanitation workers begin what would become a a 64-say strike in Memphis, ultimately winning union recognition and wage increases. The April 4 assassination in Memphis of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who had been taking an active role in mass meetings and street actions, brought pressure on the city to settle the strike (1968) http://www.unionist.com
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