Hosted by Chris Garlock (Ed Smith is away this week)
DC’s call-in show about worker rights: those you have, those you don’t, how to get them and how to use them.
On today’s show: Protecting federal workers’ free speech rights; New DC paid leave regs fall way short; Black Women’s Equal Pay Day; a brand-new song from the R.J. Phillips Band. Plus your calls at 202-588-0893!
In-studio with us today: Mark Gruenberg from PAI News.
On the line: AFGE 2578 president Ashby Crowder and Ashley Morse, Communications Manager for Jews United for Justice.
AFGE Sues to Protect the Speech Rights of Federal Employees
New DC paid leave regs don’t cover all workers
Plus: American Factory offers hope, dismay and a more-automated future
Artist: The R.J. Phillips Band
Song title: Nat Turner
On August 21, 1831, Nat Turner launched the most deadly slave revolt in American history. The R.J. Phillips Band, a group of Baltimore musicians and regular contributors to the Labor History Today podcast, remind us what was behind this rebellion with "Nat Turner," a brand-new song.
Produced by Chris Garlock; engineered by Mike Nasella
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