Examination of the New York Telephone worker. Includes interviews with Louella Smith, who filed charges of racial discrimination with the State Division of Human Rights against New York Telephone and had her case taken up by the Center for United Labor Action, as well as other operators, service representatives and management. Produced by Bonnie Bellow and Nanette Rainone, with technical direction by Peter Zanger.
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