Radio Labour’s report on the ruling by the UK Supreme Court that Uber drivers are Uber workers…AFL-CIO Government Affairs Director Bill Samuel talks with America’s Work Force Radio Podcast about President Biden's early pro-labor actions…From Grit NorthWest: Carpenter Stories with journeyman carpenter Laurie Gonar…The SAG-AFTRA Podcast explores becoming a successful session singer…On Welcome to Uniontown, a visit with Reverend James Lawson, a leading theoretician and tactician of nonviolence within the Civil Rights movement…And Labor Radio Express mourns the passing of Karen Lewis, the legendary former president of the Chicago Teacher’s Union. Plus: from Labor History in 2:00, the 1937 Woolworth Sit-Down. Music this week: Twisted Sister's We're Not Gonna Take It from the Chicago Teachers Union Members and Their Hilarious Signs video.
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