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Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
 
This podcast tracks the audio archives for the “Heartland Labor Forum” radio show. The Heartland Labor Forum is Kansas City’s only program about the workplace. It’s radio that talks back to the boss! Whether you’re a union member or your workplace isn’t organized, Heartland Labor Forum (HLF) has stories for you, guaranteed to inspire, educate, or enrage you.
 
Will Covid-19 reshape the global economy or simply shrink it? What are nations doing to protect jobs and businesses from the fallout, and what will the long-term consequences be for labor markets, global supply chains and government finances? On Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders—the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management—we combine reports from Bloomberg journalists around the world and conve ...
 
Pete Quinones' core philosophy is that all human interaction should be voluntary, period! Any and all coerced or forced interactions are logically and morally without mandate. "If I do not have the right to demand 30% of my neighbor's labor, I can in no way, logically or morally, pass that right on to some other man or organization." -Pete Quinones (July 2017)
 
Laborvision podcast is a place to discuss the labor movement and how everyone is affected by it. You will hear from organized labor, unorganized labor, Community Activists, elected officials, faith-based organizations, Folks in leadership and you the people. Folks will be able to tell us what they believe and why they believe. We don’t have to agree but listen to their point of view.
 
The Valley Labor Report is a weekly talk radio show from Huntsville Alabama hosted by David Story and Jacob Morrison. We focus on organized labor, worker, civil and human rights. The show airs every Saturday from 9:30AM – 11AM on WVNN 92.5 FM. We cover local, state, and national news for workers, by workers. The hosts hope specifically to educate the audience about the power they have through organizing and solidarity. You can support this show through the following links: http://patreon.com ...
 
On Birthful, working doula and former journalist Adriana Lozada talks pregnancy, birth and postpartum with top experts and new parents. Every episode distills the overload of pregnancy information down to the most relevant and useful stuff. Adriana Lozada is a mom, author, speaker, birth doula, postpartum educator, and healthy-sleep consultant. Visit Birthful.com. Please note: Adriana has years of experience but she's not a doctor, and does not expect anyone to treat the show like medical ad ...
 
Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
The Birth Matters podcast is here to lessen your overwhelm on the journey into parenthood by equipping you on all things birth, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum & parenting. We'll interview parents about their experiences & birth pros on their expertise so that you can have an empowering, CONFIDENT journey into parenthood!
 
An Employment Law podcast series for human resource executives and in-house counsel which features conversations with labor and employment lawyers with global expertise on key employment law topics and trends, immigration news and other important HR legal solutions for global and multinational companies.
 
Journalists Elise Hu and Amy Westervelt bring you the social science behind the many issues facing working families today. S1: How a global pandemic exacerbated the epidemic of American parenting misery.
 
Welcome to the Ogletree Deakins podcast page. Here, you can expect to hear timely and conversational discussions on labor and employment law topics covering the latest developments and trending issues impacting employers. We encourage you to subscribe and also rate and review if you find the podcast useful. Contact us with topics you’d like to hear, questions, and feedback at client.services@ogletree.com or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter (@OgletreeDeakins).
 
Empathy Media Lab’s podcast explores questions around labor, political economy, art, and culture. Producer and host @EvanMatthewPapp explores unique topics in thematic channels that include Profiles of Producers in the Labor Radio Podcast Network, Policy Dialogues with the University Of Maryland School of Public Policy, and EML's Harmony of Interest with topical deep dives, interviews, and audio stories. The goal is to increase solidarity by universalizing the struggles of our human conditio ...
 
Tired? Broke? Frustrated with the boss and fed up? So were we-SABOCAT explores the personal side of labor unionism and activism in a small town answering the big question: how do we make things better? Through a blend of contemporary interviews, history, and narrative- take a breath and see what it took to reach the other side. Click it and listen! This is SABOCAT.
 
Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
Food has emerged as a critical policy area – and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Jenna Liut for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
 
Employco’s HR podcast offers listeners valuable insight into employment-related topics. In a roundtable format, Employco’s executive team discusses current legislative and strategic issues related to all areas of human resources. Topics range from labor law compliance, recruitment, employee engagement, retention, compensation and benefits, and employee relations.
 
Artist in Residency is a radio exhibition for contemporary artists working with sound (in whole or as part of their medium). The first invited artist is Emilia Bergmark. Emilia graduated from the Royal Danish academy in 2018 with a masters in Fine Art. Emilia personifies inanimate objects and common animals to express labor economics within modern society. However, she does it with a wink and a smile. If you want to know more about Emilia, feel free to write to us or follow her on instagram ...
 
Ohio's public schools serve 1.7 million children - 90 percent of students in the state! What happens in the classroom has impacts far beyond the walls of the K-12 school building or higher ed lecture hall. So, on behalf of the 120,000+ members of the Ohio Education Association, we're taking a deeper dive into some of the many education issues facing our students, educators, and communities. Education Matters is your source for insightful conversations with the people who shape the education ...
 
Demolition NOW from the National Demolition Association (NDA) provides concise analysis of the government affairs issues impacting the industry, along with engaging interviews of industry leaders, experts and analysts that will provide unique perspectives on the demolition industry today. The podcast digs into the policy issues affecting the demolition industry including OSHA regulations, business and economics, labor policy, political developments and several others.
 
Welcome to the Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast, where we firmly believe in the power of education when it comes to giving birth! Tune in each week as we dive into pregnancy-related topics, expert interviews, and a variety of birth stories! As a reminder, anything you hear on this podcast should not be taken as medical advice, please see mommylabornurse.com/disclaimer for more info.
 
Take ownership of your pregnancy, birth, and parenthood! Join Deb Flashenberg as she dives into conversations with some of the world’s leading pregnancy, birth, yoga and baby experts. Deb and her guests are voices of calm and reason, sharing practical, relevant and insightful information that is helpful for people at all stages of parenting. These lively conversations will inform and entertain you as you embark on this new phase in your life. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal Y ...
 
A podcast for the thinking woman, not afraid to question the current policy based maternity system. Hosted by the Virtual Midwife, Karen Wilmot who left hospital work to unlearn everything she knew and relearn it in a way that remains true to her calling to be "with women". In this podcast she shares lessons from the labor room, women's wisdom, interviews with thought leaders and discussions with change makers, along with transformational lessons and meditations for pregnancy and birth.
 
The Double Shift is a narrative show that challenges the status quo of motherhood in America. Katherine Goldstein and Angela Garbes are starting off the year with a series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms. Other timely episodes include a series around mental health and moms, rethinking career ambition, processing grief with an indigenous motherhood activist, challenging our ideas around unpaid labor for Mother’s Day, and hearing some inspiring stories from listeners who’ve been able ...
 
A reproduction of shows featuring legendary folk singer Bruce Utah Phillips. A collage of rants, poetry, tales and reminiscences mixed with little known music and talk from over 1,000 tapes of everything under the sun, from tramping and labor (historic and contemporary) to baseball and old friends...from unreleased Lord Buckley to animals, children, tall tales, Paul Robeson, and most of what you need to know about life on the open road...and always music.
 
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On this day in labor history, the year was 1913. That was the day Philadelphia longshoremen walked off the job. Led by the Industrial Workers of the World, the strike was remarkable for its militancy, its industrial unionism and its interracial organizing. The Wobblies had been fighting to organize workers in the city for years. Unionizing efforts …
 
The state continues to pinkwash, reaching it’s deepest pits. We continue our thread of takes on the CIA rebrand, and push back against the stupidpol takes permeating the discourse. Some of the usual terminally online suspects think intersectionality is a concept to completely disregard because of co-option. Nobody’s saying to throw away the labor m…
 
Scabby the Rat, the iconic supersized symbol of anti-union employers across America, has been under attack by Trumpers in the NLRB. Find out on this week’s Heartland Labor Forum whether this defender of workers’ rights can escape the trap and continue to shame the union busters. Then, our two minute profile for labor history month […] The post Long…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Mercy Hill Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What does the Bible Say About Slavery (Exodus 1) - Full Sermon Subtitle: Exodus - Set My People Free Speaker: John Hansen Broadcaster: Mercy Hill Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/10/2021 Bible: Exodus 1; Philemon Length: 36 min.…
 
This week on the Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast I hosted a solo episode talking all about spontaneous labor versus inductions, and why spontaneous labor is typically preferred. I also touch on the timeline of medical inductions and what that entails. You’ll learn about a few things you can do during your pregnancy to prep your body for labor, too! And t…
 
In this month’s podcast, Will cover public safety legislation from around the country. Maryland: Eliminates the police officers’ bill of rights, use of force reform, county police accountability boards. San Antonio: Establishes collective bargaining for police officers. Austin: Voters approve binding arbitration for firefighters replacing the meet-…
 
Chris talks with Todd Hitchcock, Director of Programming at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center. In Part 1 of our chat with Todd, he talks about how AFI has kept the movies coming during the pandemic, and we get a peek behind the glitz and glamour of attending star-studded film festivals at Cannes, Berlin and Toronto, as …
 
Despite the rising cost of tuition and a recent slump in college enrollment, many Americans continue to look to education to improve their social and economic status. Yet, more and more degrees have not led to reduced levels of inequality. Rather, quite the opposite. Inequality remains the highest its been in decades. In this episode, Cristina Groe…
 
Subscribe to the Belabored RSS feed here. Support the podcast on Patreon. Subscribe and rate on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify. Tweet at @DissentMag with #Belabored to share your thoughts, or join the conversation on Facebook. Check out the full archive here. Belabored is produced by Colin Kinniburgh. Four decades ago, immigrant workers began to org…
 
In this episode we are joined by NDA partner Affinity HR Group’s Claudia St. John as she discusses potential HR impacts from the Biden administration including expanded FFCRA provisions, regulatory workplace protections and a federal minimum wage increase. Next we hear from Jose Blanco, the Secretary-General for the European Demolition Association …
 
In this episode of our California labor law podcast series, Maria Anastas and Daniel Adlong discuss recent union organizing by professional employees. The speakers also review a recent memorandum from the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) acting general counsel and assess its impact on what activity the NLRB will consider inherently concerted…
 
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