Mike Dumovich, Blues Player & Singer, and Gary Kanter, Song Writer and Singer,
Apr 17, 2018
Mike and Gary continue their Songs of Progress featuring music that has impacted the lives of working people with songs and history of Utah Phillips.
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> There is a pattern of hate groups all across our country.
A weekly local worker radio program that features news, interviews, music, and comments, We Do The Work believes American workers are at the heart of our economy and culture, deserving dignity, respect, and a decent family wage. To hear our other shows, go to We Do The Work Archives. To see older shows, scroll to the very bottom of the page and click on the numbers.
The show is hosted by Ken Winkes, retired school administrator and teacher and Mark Lowry, president of Northwest Washington Central Labor Council. Also hosting are Gary Kanter, Mike Dumovich, and Lori Province. 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. Lori is retired from the Washington State Labor Council where she was the Field Mobilization Director. The program is produced by Janet McKinney, a retired member of Operating Engineers Local 302.
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