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On Saturday, hundreds of janitors at the airport walked off the job to protest low wages. Their strike ended in a historic $4/hr wage increase. KGNU’s Alexis Kenyon spoke with David Fernandez of the Service Employees International Union about what […]
Theater as a medium for labor & community activism, with Dr. James Walsh, History Professor, University of Colorado Denver & Romero Theater Troupe. With host Dennis Creese. Note – this is a rebroacst from November, 2015.
Host Dennis Creese speaks with Peg Seminario, Safety & Health Director, AFL-CIO, Washington, D.C. Workers Memorial Day is April 28th. Note – this is a rebroadcast from April 16, 2018. The Labor Exchange features interviews with local and national labor […]
The Labor Exchange – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Martyr For All Workers & Their Families: 51 Years – April 4, 1968
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Martyr For All Workers & Their Families: April 4, 1968 R.I.P. Host Dennis Creese’s guest is Glenda Robinson, Civil Rights Activist @ Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee, 1966-1968 & Associate Minister, 2nd Baptist Church, […]
A tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the state of working Colorado. With Claire Levy, Executive Director, Colorado Center For Law & Policy. Hosted by Dennis Creese. Note – this is a rebroadcast from January 21, 2019.
Ed Augden, President of The Colorado Alliance for Retired Americans joins host Dennis Creese. They spoke about issues affecting retired Americans, including Social Security, threats to Medicare and Medicaide benefits, and how voter turnout of retirees affects issues relevant to […]
This week on The Labor Exchange, Jason Wardrip, Business Manager, Colorado Building And Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, returns to speak with Dennis Creese.