KBOO Labor Radio:Sister Donna Hammond: a 40 year living legacy of Women of Color in the Trades 
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KBOO Labor Radio  Sister Donna Hammond: a 40 year living legacy of Women of Color in the Trades   
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KBOO Syndication  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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February is Black History month. Join hosts Tina Turner-Morfitt, Dr. Audrey Terrell and Ms. Deborah Hall with our guest Sister Donna Hammond to preview a University of Oregon Labor Education and Research Center event entitled Pioneering a Living Legacy: Shaping Our Vision for Diversity and Inclusion in the Labor Movement. Sister Hammond is union Business Representative of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, is featured in a short film Sista in the Brotherhood. On our show Sister Hammond will highlight her oral history of role as a woman of color in the trades.   Sister Donna Hammond, union Business Representative of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 
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Industries | Work | African-American  
 
 
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View Script  KBOO Community Radio  02-04-2018  English 
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