The racially-charged fight for a union
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UAW vote at Nissan: The racially charged fight for a union

States in the US South traditionally have been resistant to workers starting a labour union.

But in one Mississippi town, employees at a Nissan plant are fighting over a drive to organise - and it's dividing the workforce.

Video by Olivia Lace-Evans

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