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Oct 14, 2012 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — In the 1930s, working as a Pullman porter was one of the few good jobs available to African-American men, even though the pay was low and racism was a daily fact of work life. Cheryl West's new play tells the story of three generations of Pullman porters. Marcie Sillman, of member station KUOW, talked to the playwright and a former porter about the job and how West presents it on stage.
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