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Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
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The Degradation of Workers in the 21st Century
Tom Juravich, Prof. of Labor Studies, author of At the Alter of
the Bottom Line, and accomplished musician    

From workers at a Verizon call center, to immigrants in the fish-
processing industry fired if they don’t work fast enough, cheated out of
wages, and mistreated by supervisors, to nurses at the Boston Medical
Center and then to a plant where workers made machinery for the paper
industry, Tom Juravich channels the workers voices to provide a vivid
account of the multiple challenges presented in today’s workplaces.
Degraded Work – No Way
Commie Taxi Drivers – You Talkin’ to Me?
An Excerpt from Michael Moore’s New DVD
"Capitalism a Love Story"

Michael Moore investigates  Union Cab –a cooperative taxi drivers
union in Madison Wisconsin which constitute an alternative to the
degradation of workers in the 21st Century
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