Remembering 1934 When Minneapolis became a Union Town

"Bloody Friday"
On Friday, July 20, 1934, at this street corner, 67 striking truckdrivers and their supporters were shot down by Minneapolis police, acting on orders from the Citizens Alliance, an anti-labor employers group which controlled city government. Seventy years later we remember their sacrifice.


Coming Soon

Saturday, July 24, 2 to 10PM - 3rd St N & 6th Ave N - MPLS - Free admission

"One Day In July" assembled by the 1934 Strike Committee - MPLS/St Paul - -