If people really looked for history at the New York City building where the Triangle Shirtwaist factory once existed, they could find it. There are plaques pointing out that it was the site of a horrific fire in 1911 that became a catalyst in the American labor movement`s fight for workplace safety protections.

But for some, a few words on a wall aren`t nearly enough to honor the fire`s 146 victims.

So after years of effort, the Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition this week dedicated a new memorial that has no chance of being overlooked.

A giant steel ribbon with the names of those who died in the disaster, predominantly women and girls, has been installed running horizontally from one corner

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