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Labor Radio April 30, 2010

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Workers Independent News Labor Radio
Internet Radio Program 04/30/10
Producers: Doug Cunningham & Jesse Russell

Labor Radio Rundown:

1) WIN Newscast

2) April 28 marked Workers Memorial Day across the country. In New York City workers gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral to remember those that have been injured or killed on the job. Mike Clifford was there.

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