On March 25, 1911 a fire broke out in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory (now an NYU dorm) in the old garment district, killing 146 workers, mostly young women.
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Over 100 years later, a memorial is in the works to commemorate the lives lost in the transformative Triangle Shirtwaist Fire in NYC's Greenwich Village.
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Remembering the victims of a tragic fire that spurred the beginning of workplace reform.