Special Programming

Radio 2050 – February 21, 2004

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A KPFA African American History Month special on racism in the workplace.

Tune in to hear the stories of African American workers, in the Bay Area and
around the Country, who have been fighting against
racism on the job.

The program includes speakers from a demonstration against racist incidents in San Francisco,
the story of the desegregation of 2 Bay Area unions, the San Francisco Musicians’ Union’s
celebration of that victory, and interviews with Bay Area musicians and journalists.

If you are concerned about the conditions that Black workers face in the Bay Area
and around the country, please make sure you hear this program.

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