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Moe Foner Moe Foner
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Moe Foner was a nationally renowned activist who dedicated his life to union struggles. He founded an influential cultural arts program, Bread and Roses, which brought together artists and activists to publicize the cause of workers, and added an artistic dimension to union workers' lives beyond earning their "daily bread."

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