On Saturday August 11, Maurice Copeland and friends held a town hall for sick and dying Bannister Federal Complex workers past and present.  Tell Somebody was there to record highlights including a performance of Langston Hughes’ “Radioactive Redcaps” dialogue by Priest and 337 of The Recipe, and former Kansas City Plant worker Jeanette Watts talks of the problems she has had filing a claim for the health problems she has as a result of working with toxic materials at the plant.
ON Tell Somebody | August 14, 2012 | 9:00 am

A Town Hall for Sick and Dying Bannister Federal Complex Workers Past and Present.

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On Saturday August 11, Maurice Copeland and friends held a town hall for sick and dying Bannister Federal Complex workers past and present.  Tell Somebody was there to record highlights including a performance of Langston Hughes’ “Radioactive Redcaps” dialogue by Priest and 337 of The Recipe, and former Kansas City Plant worker Jeanette Watts talks of the problems she has had filing a claim for the health problems she has as a result of working with toxic materials at the plant.
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2 thoughts on “A Town Hall for Sick and Dying Bannister Federal Complex Workers Past and Present.

  1. Nice show..love the voice….You talk about any and everything? I have a son in jail serving 48 years for something he didn’t do. Even though the girl and the policewoman both said they lied, The judge still gave him 48 years……

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