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The Union Edge

By The Union Edge

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Description

The Union Edge is a national radio and internet based outlet for unions and progressives to positively express their views to the public and build support for issues that are important to all working families. Join the discussion about political issues that directly affect middle class and working families - things like education, healthcare, climate change and voting rights. Learn what congress is doing and why it matters in your daily life. Join Charles Showalter (Mon-Thurs) and Brittany Sheets and Angela Baughman (Fridays) as we interview economic experts, award winning reporters, union presidents, activist leaders and more. Tweet us @TheUnionEdge Like us - facebook.com/TheUnionEdge or check out www.TheUnionEdge.com

Customer Reviews

Unions are still alive!

Yes, there are still unions out there fighting for ALL working people. Take a listen to this podcast and you'll get an insider's take on the ongoing struggle against corporate greed.

Fair Start on a Fine Concept

A great source for labor news and updates; it reports on stories that Wall St. media won't and gives resources for those wanting to unionize.

My only complaint is that it pits domestic labor against foreign workers; I hate outsourcing as much as anyone BUT we must remember that the enemy ISN'T those working overseas, it's the CEO's that exploit both them and us alike.

Remember: an injury to one is an injury to all.

Work isn't shipped overseas for the good of workers living there, it's shipped because the bosses feel desperate people struggling for work in China, Mexico, etc. are easier to control and thereby easier to exploit.

Excellent

A great resource for those wanting to know what is going on - the facts

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