Dennis Dougherty, Executive Director, Colorado AFL-CIO, joins host Dennis Creese on this Labor Day edition of The Labor Exchange. This program is rebroadcast from Septempter 7, 2020.
Former OutSources collective member and occasional contributor, Dr. Glenda Russell surveys the current political and cultural landscape for LGBTQ communities in the recent past, now and suggestions for the future. Dr. Russell is an award-winning author, researcher, psychologist, speaker, and […]
You have likely heard of or used FitBit, Apple Smartwatches, GoPros or other devices we affix to our bodies each day. Despite the rapid development of wearable technologies in the last few decades, this conversation explores how they might not […]
Host Elise Matatall interviews media maker and upcoming Outsources Collective member/host, Kelly Drumright. Kelly is also the co-host of a podcast called The Library Coven, that looks at young adult fiction books through an intersectional feminist lens. Visit their website […]
Josette Jaramillo, President, Colorado AFL-CIO & President, AFSCME, LU #1335 – Pueblo County, joins host Dennis Creese. The Labor Exchange features interviews with local and national labor activists and workers every other Monday evening at 6pm. This episode originally aired […]
Interview with Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, a doctoral student at the University of Colorado Boulder whose research focuses on how artificial intelligence and machine learning are connected to issues of social identity and discrimination. Morgan discusses how computing technology can further […]
This week on the Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese speaks with Terri Mulford, President, Boulder Valley Education Association (BVEA). They speak about topics that include COVID-19, PERA, and the results of a recent survey. https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2020/08/08-17-20_LaborExchange.mp3 Note – this is a […]
In 2016, Colorado State Representative Leslie Herod was the first African American LGBT person elected to the State legislature. Herod has shepherded over 68 bills to the Governor’s desk for final signature in a wide variety of areas. In this […]