Episode 163: Teamsters and MLK: the Labor Connection

February 21, 2018

EPISODE NOTES

This episode looks at what Martin Luther King, Jr. meant to the Teamsters, past and present. It examines the union’s long-standing devotion to equality and justice in the workplace, and how those decades-long efforts are being translated into the modern working world where corporations are trying to tamp down on collective bargaining rights and with it the wages and working conditions of those on the job.

SHOW NOTES

Featuring interviews with Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa, Local 667 President and Principal Officer James E. Jones, Teamsters Solid Waste & Recycling Division Director Ron Herrera, and Local 2010 President Catherine Cobb, as well as historic audio from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., former Teamster President James R. Hoffa, and 1968 waste worker striker Alvin Turner

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