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February 19, 2009
James Todd (L), 96, prepares to eat some of the soup served to him and the other surviving participants...
Flint, UNITED STATES
James Todd prepares to eat some of the soup served to him and the other surviving participants of the...
James Todd (L), 96, prepares to eat some of the soup served to him and the other surviving participants of the 1936 Flint Sit-Downers strike against General Motors during an annual event at a UAW union hall in Flint, Michigan in this February 11, 2009 picture. The food served at the event commemorates the 'Womens Emergency Brigade' that brought food to the strikers during the strike. Picture taken February 11, 2009. The strike in Flint -- once the heart of GM's empire, with more than 100,000 hourly workers compared with 62,000 hourly workers across the entire company today -- is the stuff of legend in the United Auto Workers union as it spurred on the first contract with an automaker. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
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