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Hachette workers stage walkout to protest publication of Woody Allen memoir

WorldNews Friday, 6 March 2020
Hachette workers stage walkout to protest publication of Woody Allen memoirWorkers say company is not listening to their concerns over support for film-maker accused of sexual abuse Dozens of Hachette employees staged a walkout of its New York City offices on Thursday in protest against the company’s decision to publish Woody Allen’s autobiography. Grand Central, a...
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News video: Hachette cancels publication of Woody Allen's memoir a month before release

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Staff at the publisher's New York office staged a walkout in protest over the upcoming release.View on euronews

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