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In February 1968, some 7,000 sanitation workers gathered in New York’s City Hall Park and voted to go on strike to get a decent contract. For years the city had an unfair official policy: Sanitation worker salaries had to be lower than police and firefighters’ salaries, and sanitation workers had to contribute more from their paychecks, but got lower pensions, compared to police and firefighters. The 1968 strike continued from Feb. 2 through Feb. 10, despite the mediGarbage strike in NYC…


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Blessed to be married to a guy who has a day job, but then volunteers to be a firefighter as well. Thanks to all the brave men and women who put it all on the line to save others and protect life and property.