Oral History Interviews: Black Steelworkers in AliquippaCreator: Tony Buba Category: Community Stories, Local History Publisher: Tony Buba : 17 Jul, 2018 Tags:African-American experience | Aliquippa | community storytelling | Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation | oral history | steel workers | CHECK IT OUT
DESCRIPTION: Oral History Interviews: Black Steelworkers in Aliquippa – James Sharply, Charles E. Gilbert, James Byld, James Downing Jr, and Henry Gipson
Struggles In Steel – A Story of African-American Steelworkers a film by Tony Buba and Raymond Henderson
Struggles In Steel – 20 Years Later, Still Struggling Sample
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