Jan 11, 2011
The January 11, 2011 edition of Tell Somebody starts out with excerpts from Dr. Martin Luther King's 1967 speech Beyond Vietnam where he reminds us that there is such a thing as "too late." Bannister Federal Complex worker Barbara Rice recalls the results when she started emailing friends and compiling a list of co-workers from the complex who had serious illnesses, and then we hear some audio from a town hall for sick Bannister Federal complex workers and survivors, including comments from Ron Elmlinger of Cold War Soldiers and Donna Hand and Wayne Knox of Cold War Patriots. Former Kansas City Plant worker Maurice Copeland recalls his work at the weapons plant, and then we hear an excerpt from a Tuscon press conference the day after the shootings at Gabrielle Giffords' "Congress on your corner" town hall.
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