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Oklahoma Plans Labor Festival – 07/12/10

Posted on July 12, 2010 | in Labor News | by

Lede: A unique labor history and culture festival is coming up in August in a state most people don’t think of first when they think union. Doug Cunningham has more.

By Doug Cunningham

Oklahoma’s central labor federation will hold the first-ever Oklahoma Labor Fest August 26th-28th in Oklahoma City. Tim O’Connor is President of the Central Oklahoma Labor federation.

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