A Future Where People Will Have Jobs: A Conversation with International Labor Organization Director-General Guy Ryder
Tuesday Nov 26, 2019
Podcast co-host Tim Schlittner talks to Guy Ryder, the director-general of the ILO about the international labor movement, the idea of "decent labor" and the future of work.
Wednesday Nov 13, 2019
Julie and Tim talk with Will Attig about his work connecting the labor movement and the veterans community.
Flexing Labor's Muscle: A Conversation with Congressional Progressive Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Mark Pocan (Wis.)
Wednesday Oct 30, 2019
Tim talks to union member and Congressional Progressive Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Mark Pocan (Wis.) about strikes, trade, health care, LGBTQ equality and the freedom to form a union.
Wednesday Oct 16, 2019
Julie and Tim talk to Maine Senate President Troy Jackson (IUPAT/IAM) about his path to power and the experiences that have shaped his life and career.
Wednesday Oct 02, 2019
Julie and Tim talk to U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio) about worker power, automation, trade and his decision to stay in the Senate.
Wednesday Sep 18, 2019
Julie and Tim check in with Industrial Union Council Executive Director Brad Markell about the UAW strike at GM and interview UC Hastings Associate Law Professor Veena Dubal, whose work helped pave the way for passage of AB 5, landmark pro-worker legislation in California.
Wednesday Sep 04, 2019
Julie and Tim talk to SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris about the future of work, sexual harassment and her journey from young actor to labor leader.
Save Our Apprenticeships: A Conversation with North America's Building Trades Unions Chief of Staff Mike Monroe
Wednesday Aug 21, 2019
Tim talks to NABTU Chief of Staff Mike Monroe about a Department of Labor proposal that would undermine world-class apprenticeships in the construction industry.
Wednesday Aug 07, 2019
Julie and Tim talk with Texas AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Montserrat Garibay in the wake of the deadly mass shooting in El Paso. They discuss immigration, organizing and the need for solidarity in times of darkness.
Wednesday Jul 24, 2019
Julie and Tim talk to UNITE HERE President D. Taylor about the activism of airline catering workers and the need for the labor movement to take more risks.
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