For Labor Day, we take you to River Rouge, Michigan. An industrial enclave just down river from Detroit, it's a town full of union workers, including Don "Doop" Duprie. Doop got his union card right out of high school. Jobs were well-paid, but River Rouge always seemed teetering on the edge of ruin. Things are improving with the economy, but people are still without work and others are losing their homes to foreclosure. Doop is now making music full time. His music is all about River Rouge, and the working people that have prospered and suffered there. Also: in the early 1970s, young photographer Alex MacPhail decided to walk across the country, taking pictures and looking for a window into America. Alex focused on working people, snapping pictures of people on farms, in mills and mines and distilleries, and cowboys on the range.