ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 20, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Labor leader Moe Foner, director of Bread and Rose, the cultural arm of the National Health and Human Services Union, who buys art to make history come alive for children, profiled; scenes shown of posters about black women now posted on New York City subways and elsewhere. [Actress/author Ruby DEE - comments.] Foner's background as a union activist reviewed. [FONER - talks about history and cultural programs.]
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