Peter Rachleff Author of Black Labor in Richmond, Virginia 1865-1890 and Co-Executive Director of East Side Freedom Library
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Professor Peter Rachleff is a retired Professor of History at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota specializing in United States labor, immigration, and African American history.
He is the author of BLACK LABOR IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 1865-1890, and HARD-PRESSED IN THE HEARTLAND: THE HORMEL STRIKE AND THE FUTURE OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT.
Peter is Co-Executive Director at East Side Freedom Library, which has become a pillar of organizing and culture in the Twin Cities with a Mission: "To inspire solidarity, advocate for justice, and work towards equity for all."
You can follow Peter’s work at the East Side Freedom Library on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/ESFLibrary.
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