Replay from December 22, 2014: SUBJECT: PEACE ON EARTH AND GOODWILL TO ALL (ESPECIALLY WORKERS & THEIR FAMILIES) – PART III. GUEST: SISTER ARDETH PLATTE, DOMINICAN NUN & PEACE ACTIVIST. The Labor Exchange features interviews with local and national labor activists and […]
Theater as a medium for labor & community activism, with Dr. James Walsh, History Professor, University of Colorado Denver & Romero Theater Troupe.
A conversation about “Uniting for Fair Food” – National Day of Action for the Thanksgiving Season, happening on November 21st, 2015. With guests Yaissy Solis, labor organizer, Alliance for Fair Food and Wilson Perez, farm worker & labor organizer, Coalition of […]
This week on the Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese is joined by Dr. Ray Hogler, labor law professor and professor of management at Colorado State University and Fulbright distinguished chair in labor law, University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy. They spoke […]
This week on the Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese spoke with Courtney Smith, AFT Colorado President and President of the Douglas County Federation. They spoke about education, politics, and labor issues concerning teachers. They also spoke about the documentary Education Inc, which explores […]
This week on The Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese speaks with Marc Bélanger from RadioLabour. “The RadioLabour team consists of labour educators, negotiators, research representatives, union members and others connected to the labour movement. Most of us work, or have […]
This week on the Labor Exchange, Dennis Creese speaks with Mike Ham, President, Colorado Springs Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO & Business Manager, IBEW LU #113. They speak about political issues and clear up some myths and misinformation about unions and […]
Rebuilding Union capacity in Arizona, Colorado, and in southern Nevada. Host Dennis Creese’s guest is John Smirk, Business Manager/Secretary Treasurer of the International Union Of Painters & Allied Trades, (IUPAT) District Council #15, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (download)