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Workers’ Week Schedule of Activities

Get the Facts | May 21, 2019
Each year, homage is paid to Jamaican workers for playing vital roles in nation-building. Yes, it’s almost that time again when we observe Workers’ Week and on this week’s Get The Facts, we share with you this year’s schedule of activities.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anthony Morgan
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