Ernest Negotiations

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The police have one; teachers have one; firefighters, too, but in New York City, public school principals have been working without a contract for three years. On our next program, the new head of the principals union, Ernest Logan, on why principals and the City may finally come to terms. Then, the religious experiences of black women.

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