Early-20th-century intersectionality. When I was growing up, there was a store in which my grandfather said we should never ever go. It was run by a member of the KKK. We were Irish American and Grandpa was a devout Catholic. I was too young to understand at the time. This was in the 1950's. Kkk Join, Anti Kkk Posters, American History, Picture-Black Posters, Iww Anti Kkk, Capture History, Iww Posters, Democrat Parties, Black History
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Irish track workers of the mid-19th century who filled the ever-growing demands of the burgeoning railroad industry to the new wave of Italian immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, these laborers filled some of the least desirable and most dangerous jobs constructing and maintaining railroad lines
Mother. you where the glue that held our family together. Now that you are gone we have fallen apart. I wish I knew your secret so that I could fix our broken hearts. We have lost our way and no one seems to care that once we where a family.