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The No Nukes Movement in Japan

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 06/25/2012

Journalist and activist Chie Matsumoto talks about the popular movement against the restart of nuclear powerplants in Japan

12:02 minutes (11.02 MB)

No Oak Grove Walmart and the New Fightback

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 06/25/2012

Walmart has a new siting strategy, and communities are learning how to fight back in new ways.  Bob Marshall of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555 and Tom Civiletti of No Oak Grove Walmart spell it out for us.

11:39 minutes (10.67 MB)

Jane Slaughter of Labor Notes Talks About Troublemakers & the Labor Movement

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 07/23/2012

Jane Slaughter, co-founder of Labor Notes, talks about effective troublemaking and the health of the labor movement.

13:00 minutes (11.9 MB)

Disabled Colombian GM Workers Gain Mediation Agreement, Suspend Hunger Strike, Need Justice Now

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 08/27/2012

The occupationally disabled Colombian autoworkers of ASOTRECOL signed a mediation agreement with General Motors and suspended their three week old hunger strike, while continuing their more than year long occupation of the curb across the street from the US embassy in Bogotá.  Labor Radio spoke live by telephone with Jorge Parra, president of ASOTRECOL, about the recent positive steps and about the struggle that lies ahead.

25:38 minutes (23.47 MB)

Danny Glover Statement of Support for the Injured Colombian GM Workers of ASOTRECOL

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 01/28/2013

Danny Glover reads his statement of support for ASOTRECOL.

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Rolling Solidarity Fasts with ASOTRECOL, Injured Colombian GM Workers

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Labor Radio
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Thu, 03/07/2013

People in Portland, the rest of the US, and Colombia are engaging in a series of one-day fasts in solidarity with the injured Colombian autoworkers association, ASOTRECOL.  The workers got hurt on the job at General Motors and then kicked to the curb.  Listen to the people who have fasted describe in their own words why they are taking a stand: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLFPEVmdk5Y&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XUQwZkgWlo&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3us5zoAI4o&feature=youtu.be 

2:23 minutes (2.18 MB)

US Policy's Role in Fostering Violence in Honduras; el Papel de EEUU en la Violencia Hondureña

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 06/24/2013

A GROUP OF US SENATORS HAVE WRITTEN THE STATE DEPARTMENT A LETTER CHALLENGING POLICIES ABETTING VIOLENCE AND IMPUNITY IN HONDURAS. JESUIT PRIEST PADRE MELO OF RADIO PROGRESO, HONDURAS, VISITED PORTLAND IN APRIL AND SPOKE ABOUT THAT VERY SUBJECT. HIS REMARKS WERE TRANSLATED BY LUCY EDWARDS OF THE HONDURAS ACCOMPANIMENT PROJECT.

UN GRUPO DE SENADORES ESTADOUNIDENSES HAN ESCRITO UNA CARTA AL DEPARTAMENTO DE ESTADO DENUNCIANDO POLÍTICAS APOYANDO VIOLENCIA E IMPUNIDAD EN HONDURAS. EL JESUITA PADRE MELO DE LA RADIO PROGRESO, HONDURAS, VISITÓ A PORTLAND EN ABRIL Y HABLÓ SOBRE PRECISAMENTE ESO. TRADUCCIÓN POR LUCY EDWARDS DE PROAH.

25:41 minutes (23.51 MB)

ASOTRECOL Hits Two Year Mark in Their Huelga; Injured Colombian GM Workers Fight for Justice

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 08/05/2013

At the beginning of August the Colombian autoworkers organized as ASOTRECOL, hurt on the job and then illegally kicked to the curb by General Motors, passed the two year mark in their continuous tent occupation in front of the US embassy in Bogotá. We called UAW retiree Frank Hammer, with them now, for a live update on what’s happening with the struggle in Colombia and solidarity in North America.

25:01 minutes (22.91 MB)

MAQUILA WORKERS IN NICARAGUA TRY TO FORM UNIONS

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 09/23/2013

A MAQUILA WORKER IN NICARAGUA DESCRIBES THE FIGHT TO FORM A UNION. AS FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS HAVE PROLIFERATED, MAQUILAS - PLANTS USED BY TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN ORDER TO PAY LESS IN WAGES TO WORKERS AND TAXES TO GOVERNMENTS - HAVE SPREAD ACROSS LATIN AMERICA, BRINGING AN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FOR THE LARGELY FEMALE WORKFORCE THAT COMES WITH PERSONAL AND SOCIAL COSTS.

13:43 minutes (12.55 MB)

Comentarios de Acompañantes de Corteros Colombianos, Chicago, Conferencia de Labor Notes

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Labor Radio
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Fri, 04/04/2014
JUAN PABLO OCHOA Y ALBERTO BEJARANO DE LA CORPORACIÓN HUMANIDAD MAESTRA VIDA PARTICIPARON IN LA CONFERENCIA DE LABOR NOTES EN CHICAGO, ABRIL 4-6, 2014.  ESCUCHA SUS COMENTARIOS EN UN TALLER REFERENTE A LUCHAS LABORALES LATINOAMERICANAS. 15:58 minutes (14.62 MB)
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