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STRIKE! a history podcast

STRIKE! a history podcast

By Sarah Gram
STRIKE! is a history podcast that explores labour strikes throughout history, from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Each episode, we examine a historical strike, its causes and its consequences. Join me every other Tuesday, and we'll try to look at strikes from the ground up.
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Episode 1: The Necropolis Strike

STRIKE! a history podcast

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Episode 2: Secessio Plebis
The plebeians leave Rome en masse. Five times.  Sources, images and a transcript of each episode will be available at the strikepod.substack.com. Eventually, there will also be essays about neat stuff I discover during my research. Instagram: @strikepodcast Twitter: @StrikeHistory Email me at strikethepodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening!
25:49
April 06, 2021
Episode 1: The Necropolis Strike
The first recorded strike in human history. Sources, images and a transcript of each episode will be available at the strikepod.substack.com. Eventually, there will also be an essay about neat stuff I discovered during my research. Instagram: @strikepodcast Twitter: @StrikeHistory Email me at strikethepodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening!
15:42
March 23, 2021
Episode 0: STRIKE! Trailer
Welcome to STRIKE!, a history podcast.  Music: "Which Side Are You On" The Almanac Singers, The Original Talking Union and Other Union Songs, 1955. Smithsonian Folkways.
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March 17, 2021