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Hosted by Chris Garlock and Ed Smith
DC’s call-in show about worker rights: those you have, those you don’t, how to get them and how to use them.
Hanad Mohamud, Africa regional director, Solidarity Center on the violent repression of worker protests in Zimbabwe.
Music: Oliver Mtukudzi: Mutserendende
Heidi Burakiewicz, partner at Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch (KCNF); lead counsel in the 2013 lawsuit over the shutdown and in this year's lawsuit too for the American Federation of Government Employees: website is up and running for people to use to join the case: www.2018governmentshutdown.com
Anyone affected must submit information or opt-in in order to be included in the case. This is not like a normal class action where people automatically are included.
Mark Gruenberg, PAI News: latest labor news, including:
• Unionists, allies to keep pressure on after people power beats down Trump lockout
• LaGuardia Airport shutdown ends Trump federal shutdown/lockout
• ILO report demands govts. commit to new worker protections
• CWA, allies: Big Sprint-T-Mobile mega-merger could slam telecom door on people of color, poor
• Trump-named Labor Board GOP majority boosts firms’ ‘independent contractor’ dodge
Plus: Katea Stitt and the gang on the Super Bowl, the NFL owners, racism, sexism and worker oppression.
Music: Jenifer Lewis “That’s Enough!”
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