Bread & Roses, from Summoned: Frances Perkins & the General Welfare: Rowan Rheingans, melody; James Oppenheim, poem; Corinne & Carol Caouette, vocals, accordion; Gildersound, production/mandolin; Erin Scott, video montage ...
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Mick Caouette and South Hill Films
Bread & Roses, from Summoned: Frances Perkins & the General Welfare: Rowan Rheingans, melody; James Oppenheim, poem; Corinne & Carol Caouette, vocals, accordion; Gildersound producer/mandolin; Erin Scott, video montage ...
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Coming out of a belief in economic and political democracy, and envisioned by founders as a celebration of the American worker and the great American work ethic, Labor Day was conceived of in 1882 by Matthew Maguire, while serving as secretary of the Central Labor Union in New York. They proposed a Labor Day holiday and President Cleveland signed it into law in 1894. The first parade was held in NYC on September 5, 1882. View Summoned: Frances Perkins & the General Welfare Amazon Prime Video Apple TV ...
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Hubert H Humphrey: The Art of the Possible” will launch on Amazon Prime Video this Saturday November 7th. Other films by Mick, “Mr Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP”& “Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare” can be viewed now on Amazon Prime Video.DVDs are available at www.southhillfilms.com ...
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