Greek coal miners were called freedom fighters and the bone and sinew of the strike that ignited the 1914 Ludlow massacre in southern Colorado
One-hundred years ago, the Rockefeller family used the YMCA to form a more perfect worker for their southern Colorado coal mines.
Descendants of people who were at Ludlow share their family memories.
- Slideshow: The Ludlow Massacre took place on April 20, 1914 in southern Colorado, where 20 people, including 12 children, were killed. It was one of the most violent events in the labor movement and galvanized support for unionization. Scroll through each frame and hover over each photo to learn more about how events unfolded.
The head of Denver's Su Teatro discusses "Ludlow: El Grito de las Minas," a play inspired by the Ludlow Massacre.
A century ago, coal miners in southern Colorado went on strike to demand better working conditions. - See more at: http://www.cpr.org/news/story/colorado-coal-field-wars-through-eyes-chil...
Colorado Springs poet David Mason is adapting his award-winning book "Ludlow" into an opera. He speaks with Ryan Warner.
Andrews, a historian at UC Denver, writes about the Ludlow Massacre and what he calls "America's deadliest labor war."