VOICES Today: UAW Scores Major Victory, Fighting MTA’s Anti-Blackness
Voices from the Frontlines:
UAW Wins One Member One Vote
MTA’s Got an Anti-Blackness Problem
Plus South Central 3rd World News
and the Great Nina Simone
Hello Voices Listeners! On this edition, we feature Channing Martinez and Barbara Lott-Holland on the MTA’s Anti-Blackness and the Bus Riders Union campaign for Black Liberation
We’re joined in discussion with Scott Houldieson and Michael Cannon, master organizers with UAWD, Unite All Workers for Democracy, on their historic victory to win the direct election of national officers in the United Auto Workers. Please support their work at www.UAWD.org
UAW members on a recent strike in Flint, Michigan
Ernesto Arce and the South Central Third World News explores the city of Los Angeles’ crime data and how law enforcement agencies are using it to push for more policing budgets. Plus, the ongoing tragedy of police brutality especially when it joins forces with its corporate partners as was put on display last week during a police killing of an elderly disabled man at a Walmart in Arizona. Also, hunger and starvation across Latin America and the Caribbean increases to catastrophic levels.
Also, we’ll hear Nina Simone’s rendition of “I wish that I knew how it would feel to be free”
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