Hosted by Chris Garlock, with Peter Pocock
DC’s call-in show about worker rights: those you have, those you don’t, how to get them and how to use them.
Hassan Kanu, Legal Editor/Reporter, Bloomberg Law, on Uber Drivers Are Contractors, Labor Board’s Top Lawyer Says (and other recent stories); Trayon White (right), DC City Council member, Ward 8, on the impact of United Medical Center budget cuts on Ward 8; Peter Winch, AFGE, on USDA researchers quit in droves as Trump administration plans relocation.
Mark Gruenberg, Editor, Press Associates Union News Service:
• Union leaders, BlueGreen Alliance unveil detailed clean energy plan as hearings start
• Connecticut joins $15 minimum wage states parade
• Justices give unions limited win in Native American-run casinos case
Cherri Senders, Labor 411 publisher: Union-made Memorial Day; Barbecue essentials made by ethical companies who give their workers a voice on the job. Also: 2019 Labor 411 DC Edition and publish party 5/30 at McGinty’s (5:30p) before “Norma Rae” screening (7:15p at AFI).
Ronald Moten, one of the leaders of Don’t Mute DC; He is doing this event because UMC saved his life: #DONTMUTEDC Rally/Go-Go to Save the Hospital on Friday at UMC at 6 pm
Produced by Peter Pocock and Chris Garlock; engineered by Mike Nasella