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Strike

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Lillian Torres

on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of Strike

Strike: An insight
Origins

The use of the English word "strike" first appeared in 1768, when sailors, in support of demonstrations in London, "struck" or removed the topgallant sails of merchant ships at port, thus crippling the ships

In 1152 BC
The artisans of the Royal Necropolis at Deir el-Medina walked off their jobs because they had not been paid. The Egyptian authorities raised the wages.
What do you think when you hear the word strike?
Sometimes the fight is for peace
Strike
By Jose Torres
1) To deal a blow, as with a fist, or a weapon.
2) To inflict, deliver or deal
(a blow,or attack,etc.)

A tip of the hat
Acknowleged as a factor in the adoption of the Limited Test Ban Treaty
Thank you for your time.
Founded in 1961
Against nuclear testing
Nov 1st 1961 50,000 Woman in 60 cites
Among the first to protest Vietnam
Who we are
What we've done
Developed action commitees
Dec 28, 1971 Democratic commitee
WSP Elect Representative
Bella Abzug
The test for whether
or not you can hold
a job should not be
the arrangement of
your chromosomes
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