Lead Exposure at the Bunker Hill Mine and Smelter

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Summary Statement

This is clipped from the 1979 film, Working for Your Life (58 minutes, Labor Occupational Health Program Films) which explores the health and safety conditions of America's working women by examining the hazards and demands they face in their workplaces Ken Light and Andrea Hricko, working for LOHP at the time, created this important documentary film. The film is based on the 1976 handbook Working for Your Life: A Woman's Guide to Job Health Hazards, by Andrea Hricko with Melanie Brunt. A joint publication of Labor Occupational Health Program and Public Citizen's Health Research Group

1:33 secs.
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LOHP Working For Your Life