Vice President Mike Williams of the Blue Green Alliance joins us to talk about what we have to do to get good jobs back and protect the environment at the same time. He also wants listeners to be informed of some actions coming up this weekend.
Investigative journalist Hedrick Smith explains that some companies are subcontracting out their work as a sneaky way to hire immigrants and pay them less.
Host Steve Larchuk reflects on what courage looks like in the spectrum of American history, and speaks with one of the courageous figures of the anti-nuclear movement Molly Rush of the Plowshares Eight.
Berry Craig of the Kentucky Labor Institute and the Western Kentucky AFL-CIO Area Labor Council joins us to talk about the fierce battle over Right to Work Legislation in the state of Kentucky, and the battle against Right to Work happening around the country on a state and national level.
Chris Garlock of the DC Labor Council lays out the exciting lineup for Labor Fest, an organizing victory for graduate students at a Washington DC university, and…a bomb threat?
Deb Kline of the Cleveland Jobs with Justice joins us to talk about the latest developments for “the wall”, how much it could cost, how many bids were submitted, and where it all goes in the end.
Missouri AFL-CIO President, Mike Louis discusses Right to Work legislation and prevailing wage – what they’re fighting for, and why you should care.
Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner shares some recent public policy wins and the five things she recommends we all do this week to influence the government.
Public schools are perhaps the most American of ideas and the foundation of the American Dream, says Keron Blair, Executive Director of the Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools. They’re collaborating with the AFT and dozens of public schools advocates in a “Build Schools, Not Walls” campaign.
Linda Benesch of Social Security Works lays out the “trojan horse” of President Trump’s proposed tax breaks and how they are designed to defund Social Security. Don’t be fooled, and call out your Congress critter today about this at 202-224-3121.