Hosts: Chris Garlock, with Ed Smith
- Latest on the ongoing Dulles airport workers’ struggle; we talk to Unite Here local 23 president Bert Bayou and shop steward Derek Lebbie.
- Georgetown grad workers charge admin with stalling; we get an update from Karen Rice at the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees.
Plus: today marks the launch of the I Am 2018 campaign, the 50th anniversary of the historic strike by Memphis sanitation workers, so we feature a bunch of related music:
John Legend: Woke Up This Morning
official video from “The Soundtrack For A Revolution,” which screens month’s Bread and Roses series!
Tuesday, February 20, 6p at the Takoma Busboys and Poets, and Tuesday, February 27, 6p at the Shirlington Busboys and Poets. Both screenings are free; details and RSVP link at dclabor.org, click on Calendar.
Mavis Staples: Soldier in the Army of Love
This video is dedicated to those past and present who fight the good fight everyday.
Marc Cohn: Walking in Memphis
CREDITS: engineered by Mike “The Man” Nasella, produced by Chris Bangert-Drowns.
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