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Interview :: Labor
Building Bridges Radio - The Other Iraq and Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor?
27 Sep 2004
Building Bridges presents this 29 minute radio show. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW
Building Bridges:
Your Community and Labor Report - National Edition
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash

The Other Iraq: A Conversation with Abdullah Muhsin, Foreign Representative of the Iraqi Federation of Workers Trade Unions

While the persistent violence dominates so much of what we hear About Iraq, there is another aspect to the tragedy of Iraq which affects most Iraqis day in and day out. The economy has collapsed, more than half of the Iraqi workers are unemployed, and unions to
protect workers are struggling just to be recognized.


Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor?

Nadia Molin-Marina, Executive Director, Workplace Project
Margie McHugh, Executive Director, N.Y. Immigration Coalition

Despite Schwarzenegger's welcome to immigrants at the RNC, the Republican version of immigration reform is just one of many recent steps backwards tightening the grip of repression immigrant worker
communities across the country.

To download this 29 minute radio program go to Radio4All Download Page below:

Building Bridges is regularly broadcast over WBAI, 99 .5 in the N.Y.C. Area on Mondays from 7-8 PM est and streamed over:

for more information email knash (at)
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