DC’s call-in show about worker rights: those you have, those you don’t, how to get them and how to use them.
Hosted by Ed Smith.
Mark Gruenberg, PAI
Peter Winch, AFGE, Special Assistant to the National Vice President, District 14: Employees of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture voted on Tuesday to be represented by AFGE. The election was almost unanimous, 137-2.
Aminah Sequiera, NNU, Legislative Advocate. NNU legislative efforts concerning Workplace Violence and Medicare for All.
Music – Bob Marley – Redemption Song.
HOUR 2: replay of MAY 2, 2019 show:
Hosted by Chris Garlock and Peter Pocock
Gerry Connolly, Congressman for Virginia's 11th District: If Trump has his way, this major federal agency is on the way out.
Harold Meyerson, Managing Editor, The American Prospect: This May Day, It’s Time to Cut Work Down to Size;
The Millennialization of American Labor.
Judy Conti, Government Affairs Director, National Employment Law Project: A high-ranking lawyer says she was told to serve the cake. She complained, then she was fired; Remaking 9 to 5? What Today’s Working Women Want to See. Resources: CoWorker.org; NELA.org; workplacefairness.org; NELP.