Interview with Lee Douglas
Lee Douglas, Jr. was the son of a Sparrows Point steelworker who was disabled by an industrial accident at The Point. Lee started in June, 1946 after his discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps and became one of the most active and visible participants in the union and in The Steelworkers and Shipyard Workers for Equal Justice in the 1970’s. He was also active in politics with Mayor William Donald Schaeffer in Baltimore and continues to give presentations about the history of the movement.
April 27, 2006