of articles on the
March 25, 1911.
“I think it speaks to people because it’s about immigrant issues, women’s issues, workers’ issues, so it’s all these communities and it feels very important to them.”
- Sherry Kane, a spokesman for Workers United,
the union that today represents garment workers.
Mural by Ernest Fiene depicts the Triangle fire,
in which 147 mostly women and teenage girls were killed.