Equal pay for equal work
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The collection of Dr. Cleo Moran reflects her eleven years involvement with the Commission on the Status of Women. President Keast appointed Dr. Moran to the Commission as a resource person in April 1971. President Wiliam R. Keast established the Commission on the Status of Women at Wayne State University in February of 1971. The Commission began to improve the role of women on campus through equity and equality in employment placement and promotion as well as to improve the dignity of women in...
Abstract The George Hopkins Papers document ALPA’s activities during the Southern Airways (SOU) strike of 1960. Hopkins is a historian and the author of a number of books concerning airline pilots. He obtained the files from John Boyd, a SOU pilot who spent considerable time lobbying for ALPA in Washington DC during the strike.The main issue of the SOU strike was equal pay for equal work. ALPA maintained that all pilots should receive the same salary regardless of the size of the airline,...
Dates: 1958 - 1964; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1962