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Union City Radio: 7:15am daily
WPFW-FM 89.3 FM; click here to hear today's report
Labor Live: Protecting the U.S. Postal Service and Vote By Mail: Sun, September 6, 6pm – 7pm
Labor on WAMU’s “The Big Broadcast”: Sun, September 6, 9pm – 11pm
WAMU 88.5; or listen online. Includes Labor For Victory (June 27, 1943) "John Henry Hammers It Out" and Paul Robeson singing “Joe Hill”; click here for rundown on the show.
2020 “WORKERS RISING” LABOR DAY RADIO SPECIAL: Mon, September 7, 8am – 5pm
WPFW 89.3 FM; or listen online. Labor 2020; Labor and BLM Solidarity; Labor Radio/Podcast Network; COVID’s effects on DC-area workers; Plus labor music! Click here for rundown on the show.
Capital Gazette staff Labor Day rally to save local news: Mon, September 7, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Meet at Susan B. Campbell Park, Dock St, Annapolis, MD 21401
Restaurant & Food Service Workers Unite for Justice Rally: Mon, September 7, 1:00pm – 4:30pm
Meridian Hill Park, 16th St NW &, W St NW, Washington, DC 20009 (Meet at Joan of Arc Statue)
Catholic Labor Network: Labor Day Mass: Mon, September 7, 2pm – 3pm
Black Womxn Demands, Dialogue 2: #BlackLaborDay: Mon, September 7, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Ode to Our Essential Workers: A Labor Day Concert for All: Mon, September 7, 8pm – 10pm
Facebook live; Register here and learn more about the performers.
photo: at yesterday's UFCW 400 protests demanding reinstatement of hazard pay; see more here
UNION CITY will be off on Monday, returning Tuesday morning to our weekday daily schedule. MWC/CSA staff will be off for the Labor Day holiday. Metro Washington Council and Community Services Agency staff are teleworking; reach them at the contact numbers and email addresses here.
Missed yesterday's Your Rights At Work radio show? Catch the podcast here; Grocery workers plan 18 simultaneous protests; how UFCW 400 members rescued boaters at sea last week; “The Case of the Wrinkled Egg”; Episode 5 of the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s Tales of the Resistance radio drama.
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