Shaping San Francisco Bicycle History Tour: Labor History

From SFBC:
This is an entirely different look, during a 4-hour bike tour, at San Francisco labor history. From the pre-urban history of Indian Slavery to the earliest 8-hour day movement in the U.S., the ebb and flow of class war is traced.

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