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Phone: (612) ***-****  
The Labor Education Service
321 19Th Avenue South
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55455
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    University of Minnesota Labor Education Service
  • Member
    IATSE Local 219


  • Masters degree , Journalism and Mass Communication
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The project team, which included Randy Croce of the Labor Education Service, combed through historical documents and videotaped at locations across Minnesota and in Georgia . he team uncovered the names of more than 600 of the original builders and traced some of their descendants. These living family members, as well as historians and people involved in the current restoration of the building, are featured in the documentary.
For information, contact project director, Randy Croce at 612-625-5546 or
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Randy Croce and Dave Riehle will lead a walking tour of the Capitol and share answers to questions about the construction workers based on over a year of research they did with fellow investigators.
Randy Croce is a video producer and instructor at the Labor Education Service, University of Minnesota.
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Posted By: Randy Croce In Job Listings Labor Educator - University of Minnesota
About Us | Workday Minnesota [cached]
Randy Croce, Video Producer
Randy Croce has been doing documentary work since 1976, first as a still photographer, then in video. His early work focused on American Indian communities, including The Drum Is the Heart, about Blackfoot nation powwows, and Clouded Land, a documentary on White Earth Reservation land claims, which was broadcast nationally by the Learning Channel and PBS. Randy joined the staff of the Labor Education Service as a video producer in 1990, where he researches, shoots and edits programs about workers. He also teaches classes in media, labor history and other subjects and has been active in University governance. Since 2000, Randy has been especially interested in the challenges faced by newcomers to America. His documentary about Italian immigrant stonecutters, If Stone Could Speak, was broadcast by Twin Cities Public Television and screened internationally. In 2009, Randy initiated, Who Built Our Capitol? He is the project's director and has done the primary video work for the documentary and website.
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By Randy Croce, Workday Minnesota
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