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After walking out, Ford auto worker weighs in on UAW's historic Big Three strike

Members of the UAW (United Auto Workers) picket and hold signs outside of the UAW Local 900 headquarters across the street from the Ford Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan on Sept. 15, 2023. The US auto workers' union announced the start of a strike at three factories just after midnight on Friday, September 15, as a deadline expired to reach a deal with employers on a new contract. (Matthew Hatcher/AFP via Getty Images)
Members of the UAW (United Auto Workers) picket and hold signs outside of the UAW Local 900 headquarters across the street from the Ford Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan on Sept. 15, 2023. The US auto workers' union announced the start of a strike at three factories just after midnight on Friday, September 15, as a deadline expired to reach a deal with employers on a new contract. (Matthew Hatcher/AFP via Getty Images)

We speak with Tiffanie Simmons, an auto worker at the Ford Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan, one of three plants on strike against automakers.

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