Description:Member Laborers Local 261 ; discusses her experience with physical work, tools, heights, machinery as well as cultural experience working in a male dominated labor force, and how that affects her sense of self, femininity, family, and self-worth ; interview conducted for an aerial dance project by Flyaway Productions, The Ballad of Polly Ann.
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