Pioneering Longshoremen Leave Lasting Impact

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News & Notes producer Zachary Slobig, who handles the show's economics coverage, talks with Tony Cox about one of his favorite segments.

It's the story of a father and a daughter, both pioneering black longshoremen on the docks of the busiest port in the country.

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