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UAW Leader Liz Jackson, a Woman of Firsts, Leaves Powerful Legacy
March 24, 2020
DETROIT, Michigan, March 24 -- The United Automobile Workers issued the following news:

Elizabeth "Liz" Jackson was born Jan 18, 1918, long before the UAW's founding in 1935. Yet once she joined the union, it seemed to be a role crafted especially for her.

She was a devoted trade unionist and member of Local 600. She was an African American woman with a voice that captivated audiences and analytical skills that made negotiators pay attention. She was the first . . .

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