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ILLUSTRATION: Poster - The center of textile workers in Belgium (to reduce working hours)
Poster - The center of textile workers in Belgium (to reduce working hours)
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Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium

Cracks In The Building (5.7.2013)

Charles Kernaghan, a labor rights activist, has pushed for governments to prioritize the rights of workers in Bangladesh and elsewhere. He talks with host Dick Gordon about the recent tragedy there. Also in this show: Adam Davis, who taught eight science classes at three colleges in Pittsburgh, has met with the United Steelworkers to talk about unionizing; and the Teenage Diary of Juan, who crossed the Rio Grande into the U.S. with his family.

Music

"Lookout for Hope" by Jerry Douglas; and "11, 12 & 13" and "Benedict Returns" by David Holmes

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