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Women's History Month, Machinists Union, and Long Island Migrant Labor Camps - LRPN Livestream


EXCERPT OF LIVESTREAM

Labor Radio Podcast Network’s Wednesday Livestream interviews labor leaders about current labor issues with rotating hosts made up of network members.


Guests for March 24th, 2021 of LRPN Livestream included Dora Cervantes (General Secretary Treasurer of the Machinists Union) and Mark Torres (Author, Teamster, and labor lawyer).


LRPN Co-Hosts: Tanya Hutchins (Activate L!VE and Machinists Union) and Andrea Arenas (El Desvio and Labor Council for Latin American Advancement - LCLAA).


Topics:

  • Women’s History Month

  • Machinists Union

  • History of Long Island Migrant Labor Camps


Additional Credits: Produced by Chris Garlock (Union City Radio); Producer, engineer, and editor is Evan Matthew Papp (Empathy Media Lab).


Labor History in 2 by the Rick Smith Show.


Music by DC Labor Chorus Song “None of Us Are Free" written by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, and Brenda Russell. Album Hail to the Thieves, Volume III: Songs to Take Our Country Back! Learn more at Labor Heritage Festival.


FULL LIVESTREAM



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