04 27 2015
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Pacific NW Carpenters Union
PCC project addresses issues of race, gender oppression

A group of shoppers moves impatiently through the checkout line at the supermarket. Two women of African descent wearing colorful headscarves reach the front of the line, where the cashier, a White woman, tells them they can't purchase non-food items with the card they're using.


John L. Smith, Irma Jean Collins', Elijah 'Lil' E' Mandley, Joe Parks, and Evelyn Anderson

John L. Smith, Friend To Others, Dies at 59John L. Smith was born on March 16, 1946 in Shreveport,…


Pacific NW Carpenters Union

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