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[VIDEO] The Fight for Life: Semiconductor workers in South Korea end 1000-day occupation

Left Voice correspondents visit the SHARPS sit-in occupation tent and speak with solidarity activist Sangsu, Samsung worker Misun and the mother of Kicheol, who died recently from occupational disease.

Left Voice

August 1, 2018
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