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22 de Junio de 2010

El activista de larga trayectoria y ex trabajador automotriz Richard Feldman habla sobre el auge y la caída de la industria automotriz de Detroit

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Para profundizar más sobre la historia de la industria automotriz, entrevistamos anoche a Richard Feldman. Nos encontramos con él frente a la antigua fábrica de automóviles de Packard. Rich fue trabajador del sector automovilístico y tiene una larga experiencia como activista comunitario y laboral aquí en Detroit. Es miembro de la junta directiva del James and Grace Lee Boggs Center.

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