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We Are All Workers: The Seeds of Change in Braddock

August 5, 2010
When the collapse of Braddock, Pennsylvania's steel industry coincided with a population exodus in which 90 percent of its residents departed, a once vibrant city was on the verge of becoming a ghost town. But in recent years, seeds of change have begun to germinate. Led by an unlikely young mayor, the near-deserted Rust Belt town is attracting a new creative class who, together with longtime residents, aim to transform blight into a bright future.

Learn more at the Levis Ready To Work channel.

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We Are All Workers: The Seeds of Change in Braddock