Buffalo Bike Tours | September 21, 2019, 4-7 pm
“The Great Steel Strike of 1919, the largest labor walk-out in U.S. history, is a profound local and national flashpoint for the American labor movement,” says Chris Hawley of the Eugene V. Debs Local Initiative. “This bike march will visit all the hotspots of the great strike, starting with the Lackawanna Steel Company plant itself and ending where labor martyr Casimer Mazurek, decorated World War veteran and steel worker killed by company police, is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery.”
The Eugene V. Debs Local Initiative is partnering with Buffalo Bike Tours on a bicycle tour of Lackawanna sites of the Great Steel Strike of 1919 on Saturday, September 21—the 100 year anniversary of the calling of the strike.
Tour lasts 4:00pm-7:00pm
Reservations highly suggested, book online below
Meets at Buffalo Bike Tours’ Canalside Kiosk (130 Main St)
Suggested General Admission $15
Suggested General Admission $30 (w/ bike rental)
Can’t afford it? Drop a note – we’ll need a few volunteers
Optional Dinner to Follow
Register and more information here.