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The ILGWU led two successful large strikes made up of largely women and immigrant.

The “the Uprising of 200,000” saw 20,000 out of 32,000 workers in the shirtwaist trade walking off the job and expressing anger about their exploitative employers with slogans such as “We’d rather starve quick then starve slow.” In February of 1910 the ILGWU accepted an arbitrated settlement that improved workers’ wages, working conditions and hours but fell short of providing union recognition.

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Eventually Harmon, Pearson and Butler united their efforts forming the origins of the Women’s March on Washington.

From a couple of Facebook pages the Women’s March movement evolved into the largest single day demonstration in United States history.

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Several months later in 1910 the ILGWU led a strike of 60, 000 cloak-makers in what came to be known as “the Great Revolt.” On November 9 2016, a century after the ILGWU strike, in reaction to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, Teresa Shook of Hawaii created a Facebook event and invited friends to march on Washington in protest.

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