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Two New Labor at the Crossroads Productions

Published March 24, 2011

Two New Labor at the Crossroads Productions

Two programs in ASHP/CML’s cable television series on labor issues, Labor at the Crossroads, were recently screened and broadcast in New York City. “9/11″ A Crisis for Workers? was

aired on CUNY TV channel 75 and the Manhattan Neighborhood Network. The program explores the impact of 9/11 on airline, hotel, and restaurant employees; Middle Eastern-American workers; and undocumented immigrant workers in the New York area. With Joshua Freeze, US Air (AFA); Emira Habiby Browne, Director Arab American Family Support Center; Teresa Garcia, Asociacion Tepeyac, and others. Salt Peanuts was screened at the Museum of Modern Art in December and at the Art in General Gallery in January. This video looks at the effect of 9/11 on airline workers and offers a constructive and cross-cultural response to the tragedy and its aftermath. See the ASHP/CML Calendar for regular Labor at the Crossroads programming. For copies of these tapes or for our catalog, contact

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