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In this installment of our series, "A More Perfect Union," we take a look at an unexpected but powerful friendship. See how an 82-year-old widower was touched by an innocent question of a 4-year-old in the canned food aisle of a grocery store, just when he needed it most. Steve Hartman reports.
Since December, workers of Uruguay's Service and Commerce Workers' Union have been on strike after companies refused to pay workers' legally mandated year-end bonuses. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/union-pickets-shake-uruguays-biggest-supermarket-chains/
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From the Kinolibrary Archive Film collections. To order the clip clean and high res or to find out more visithttp://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref DW022478 1990s News Report on EU Rules for Supermarket Shopping Trolleys
The clip starts with the message: 'This will never happen in your supermarket...'. It then shows a woman shopping in a supermarket. A man with the EU emblem on his arm intercepts the products that she wants to buy, tests them, discovers they are counterfeit and replaces them with safe products.
Women and children in daily life of the USSR in 1961. Clips from A Visit to the Soviet Union, Part 1: Women of Russia (1962) by Harvey and Alice Richards. Available from the Harvey Richards Media Archive, at http://www.estuarypress.com/women_of_russia.html
Trait d'Union - anno 2000 - Supermarket - Torino Con questo concerto vincemmo le selezioni per ArezzoWave 2000. Roy Donofrio: voce Pier Paolo Prospero: basso Alberto Negro: batteria Andrea Ferraris: tastiere Fabio Mendolicchio: percussioni Toni Ferri: chitarra
A fairly common experience for Russian citizenry under the old socialist system in the USSR. Truly a Progressive paradise. The dumbed-down Liberal masses today being brainwashed in Left-wing universities across America are not taught the truth about what full-blown socialism or communism does to a society. Talk to anyone who lived in the Soviet Union during the cold war years and they can attest to the miseries of this unworkable and failed system of government.
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Union workers raid a supermarket in Spain taking school supplies to give to poor children. Full story: A group of Spanish labor union workers conducted what they called a Robin Hood style raid at a local supermarket, taking more than $2600 dollars worth of school supplies to give to poor children. Activists from the Andalusian Workers' Union took pens, erasers, markers, and notebooks from a Carrefour in Seville in southern Spain. The region is one of the worst hit by the Spanish economic crisis. [Diego Canamero, Spokesman, Union of Andalusian Workers]: "There is no money, there are no jobs, people are losing their homes and people have no money. With this gesture today we have taken about eight to ten trollies of school supplies which we will distribute in some school, in some neighb...
First aired in March 1994 for the Biddeford Maine Public Access Television, host Mike Cavanaugh focuses on the shift Hanford distribution center employees made to go from a small independent union to a large, national union: the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. To explain the nuances of this choice Cavanaugh invites guest Bob Labreque (UFCW Local 1292), Dennis Norton (UFCW Local 1292), Bill Danio (United Food and Commercial Workers Union National), and Jim Lee (Executive Director of the Northeast United Food and Commercial Workers Union).