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Workers Who Built The Eastern Span Of The San Francisco Bay Bridge & The Labor Process
This video is an interview with labor process photographer Joseph A. Blum about his 15 year work to document the workers building the new eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Workers Who Built The Eastern Span Of The San Francisco Bay Bridge & The Labor Process With Photographer Joseph Blum
Joseph A. Blum is a labor process photographer who has spent the last 15 years documenting the workers who have built the new Eastern Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. He is interviewed by KPFA Pacifica WorkWeek labor journalist Steve Zeltzer about his work, the workers and the role of labor in building the bridge.
This interview was conducted on June 24, 2013.
For more information about the photographs of the Eastern Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge by Joseph A. Blum go to
For more video on the bridge workers go to:
Ironworkers, The Roadway, Tower and Steel For The SF-Oakland Bay Bridge Eastern Span
San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge Eastern New Span Construction
Hanging Iron, After The Quake of '89
Halfway To Hell, The Workers And Unions That Built The Golden Gate Bridge
KPFA Pacifica WorkWeek Radio
Production of Labor Video Project http://www.laborvideo.org
Ironworker hammers on the bridge by Joseph A. Blum
Eastern Span In The Clouds by photographer Joseph A. Blum
The view of Treasure Island From the Eastern Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge by Joseph A. Blum