Featured stories in this labor history sequel documentary include the story of Homestead, Pennsylvania, a steel town whose rise and fall is a parable of rapidly changing economic forces and patterns of consumption at work in twentieth century America. Life On the Beam profiles dynamic labor leader Harry Bridges, first president of the International Longshoreman and Warehouseman's Union (ILWU), and life-long champion of racial equality. And Red's Java House, a very special worker's café and unique museum of San Francisco waterfront labor history.
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