Jeanne White and Lillian Cauldwell discussed how our society has misjudged blue-collar jobs.  One should remember that working in the trades – with your hands is no disgrace. Without these trained and certified individuals working at these jobs, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, air-conditioning, garbage disposal, construction, and telephone workers, where would our country be? These dedicated individuals make sure the hidden structure and fabric of our economic society keep on working without
a hitch.
Remember, that the inner structure of any society is important for the rest of us to enjoy our lifestyle and without them, we’ll be up a creek without a paddle. Think about it and let us know how you feel about the blue-collar, a person wearing a dark shirt, as opposed to white-collar, a person wearing a white shirt.  Is that discrimination? Bias? Prejudice?
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– Lillian Cauldwell and Jeanne White

 

 

 

 

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  • by Betsy Wurzel
    Posted October 21, 2022

    Lillian and Jeanne ,
    Great show!
    I am glad to hear more people talking about trades.
    You may want to consider having me on because I went to Voc-Tech H.S. in the 70’s when the reputation of going there was not favorable!
    I am glad that idea is changing!

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