Episode 73: West Virginia Teachers Walk The Line; Climate Change Gets Real in Washington State; Hawaii Progressive Runs

In Audio, Current Events, Economy, Labor, Podcast, Politics by Jonathan Tasini0 Comments

Nine days striking isn’t the longest walk-out you will see. But, when you do that in defiance of the law, whoa, now that’s showing some spine. I kick off the podcast with a chat with the president of the West Virginia Education Association, Dale Lee, to get a read on what we can learn from the teachers’ victory.

I, then, take up the topic of climate change “just transition” with the president of the Washington State Labor Council, Jeff Johnson, who is among the leaders of a broad coalition to push a ballot initiative to fund serious action on climate change but does so in a way that protects and strengthens workers and their communities.

And, last up, I visit with progressive candidate State Representative Kaniela Saito Ing who is running for Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District.

 

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