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1/17 pt 2: The New American Economy: Martin Luther King’s Work Is Not Done!

January 17, 2018The Economic Policy Institute has found that the race disparity in wages has grown since 1968. We discuss the complex pieces of the puzzle with Valerie Wilson, labor economist and ...

Jim Dean – Democracy For America – Jan 17, 2018

January 17, 2018Jim Dean joins us from Democracy for America to round up the latest Democratic Party news.

Sara Nelson – AFA-CWA – Trump Isn’t The One Making Airlines Safe, It’s The Union

January 17, 2018Sara Nelson, president of AFA-CWA flight attendants, talks about Trump’s recent claim that he’s responsible for airline safety. She discusses what their members are doing to keep us safe in ...

Katie Schneider – ATMW – How Voice Searches Are Different From Typed Searches

January 17, 2018Voice search is when a human tells Alexa, Google Home or Siri or another voice activated device to go on the internet and look for an item or information rather ...

The New American Economy: Martin Luther King’s Work Is Not Done!

January 17, 2018The Economic Policy Institute has found that the race disparity in wages has grown since 1968. We discuss the complex pieces of the puzzle with Valeria Wilson, labor economist and director ...

Berry Craig – KY AFL-CIO – Mitch McTurtle

January 17, 2018Berry Craig introduces us to Nevada Democrats’ 2018 mascot, Mitch McTurtle!

Doug Cunningham – January 17, 2018

January 17, 2018Labor reporter Doug Cunningham discusses a Maryland initiative to raise the minimum wage and other labor news.

The Labor Intensive – January 16, 2018

January 16, 2018The false ballistic missile alarm sent to residents of the Hawaii on Saturday prompts our resident labor historians Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump to discuss the past and potential future ...

Sondra Cosgrove – LWV – How Nevada Became The Least Gerrymandered State

January 16, 2018Sondra Cosgrove, President of the League of Women Voters of Nevada, talks about how their state became one of the least gerrymandered in the country, the upcoming Women’s March, and ...

PFT Local 400 – Teacher’s Unions Fight Privatization

January 16, 2018Nina Esposito-Visgitis, president of Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers local 400 and organizer Chris George discuss the problems associated with privatizing public schools and what we can do to fix them. ...

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