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A Dearborn policeman knocked unconscious was the first casualty of the 1932 Ford Hunger March in Detroit and Dearborn. Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University/Detroit News Burckhardt.

Remembering the 1932 Ford Hunger March: Detroit park honors labor and environmental history

On March 7, workers at the Ford Rouge River plant marched for better working conditions, sparking America’s labor movement. Almost a century later, a quiet park honors their memory.
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We can’t say yet if grid-breaking thunderstorms are getting worse – but we shouldn’t wait to find out

Extreme winds from thunderstorms have downed transmission towers from Victoria to Western Australia in recent years. What’s going on?

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