Interview by Mike Dumovich: Mike continues his special segment of We Do The Work called ‘Learn Yourself” with David Jepsen, educator, historian, author, and film maker, and Conor Casey, Labor Archivist for the Labor Archives of Washington, retelling the story of the Centralia Tragedy, Part 1.
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The show is hosted by Ken Winkes, retired school administrator and teacher and Lori Province, retired Washington State Labor Council Field Mobilization Director. Also, hosting are Gary Kanter and Mike Dumovich. Gary is a gifted song writer, singer, humorist, and an irritant to the establishment. Mike is a retired CEO, blues player, singer, and labor historian. The program is produced by Janet McKinney, a retired member of Operating Engineers Local 302.
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