The Dude and Naddy Red fill the hour with news of union and class struggles and successes, shout-outs, and inspirational music.
Earlier this afternoon, graduate workers from the Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA) occupied the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s administration building to demand fair pay and improved policies for graduate employees. For the first segment of today’s show, TAA representatives Megan Kennedy and Ellen LeClere report live from the sit-in at Bascom Hall to explain the graduate workers’ […]
Did you know Madison has a musician’s union? Tony’s guest is Bruce Fife, International Vice President of the American Federation of Musicians. Fife will be in town presenting at the Arts and Literature Lab, talking about the Fair Trade Music Campaign that is designed to create fair contracts and equitable business relationships for musicians and clubs.
(WORT) — The Progressive reports this week that hardware giant Menards requires its managers to sign a provision that docks their pay by 60% if a union is formed by the employees they are supervising. Dylan Brogan gets the details from Associate Editor of the Progressive Bill Lueders.
Happy Labor Day! In honor the holiday we got a Labor Day special, featuring AFSCME member Rick Marx. Marx is a Local 6000 leader and member of the Council 32 Executive Board. Hear from local union members on what the unions have and have not done for them and the state of the labor movement.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin Assembly’s Labor Committee heard nearly 12 hours of public comment on proposed right-to-work legislation Monday. Despite the vast majority of testimony being in opposition to the bill, Wisconsin could be a right-to-work state by the end of the week.