Dropkick Murphys extend their voice to assist underpaid and undervalued healthcare workers.
It may not be country music, but somehow the Dropkick Murphys have displayed country values in their latest endeavor. Lending their wildly influential voices to a growing concern, the Boston punk rock icons have created a new music video/public service announcement to shed light on the fact that the majority of blue-collar health care workers can hardly afford healthcare for their own families. They struggle to earn enough to cover even the basic costs of living, and are currently in a fight to gain union rights most other industries take for granted. To learn more and find out how you can help, visit DropkickMurphys.com
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