justicefound.org – The Worker Justice Talk
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social, political, economic, and inclusive equality for all @ http://justicefound.org

Episodes

The Worker Justice Talk Podcast #72 Alicia Crank, Candidate, MTV City Council
2009 Aug 18
David J. Kordsmeier interviews Alicia Crank, Candidate for Mountain View City Council. Alicia is competing for a seat in the upcoming November 2008 election cycle. They discuss Alicia’s platform, and what voters can expect from her should she win a seat in November. To find out more about Alicia, check out the following links: * […]
The Worker Justice Talk #71 Black Labor
2008 Jul 24
Anthony Leviege, Leroy Moore, Steve Zeltzer and Roland Washington talk with Leo Robinson about Black Labor consciousness and it’s effect on the local labor movement. See their site: http://www.laborfest.net We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is made available view Creative Commons License non-commercial license.
The Worker Justice Talk Podcast #70 Mark Sanchez
2008 Jul 14
“In Conversation with Al Williams” – Al talks with Ross Mirkarimi and Mark Sanchez about the Green Party, local government, the school system and Mark’s campaign for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. See their site: http://www.marksanchez.org We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is […]
The Worker Justice Talk Podcast #69 Filipino Jazz Festival
2008 Jul 09
Carlos Zailcita and Roland Washington talk about the First San Francisco Filipino Jazz Festival and the long history of Black and Filipino collaborations especially in the arts. See their site: http://www.sfpinoyjazzfest.com/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is made available view Creative Commons License […]
The Worker Justice Talk #68 “SoulAdobo”
2008 Jun 14
“In Conversation with Al Williams” – Al talks with Evangeline “Vangie” Canonizado Buell about her life, community, preserving history and her books “Twenty Five Chickens And A Pig For A Bride” and “Filipinos In The East Bay”. See their site: http://www.souladobo.com/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and […]
The Worker Justice Talk #67 Pete White – LACAN
2008 Apr 29
Ronnishia Johnson, Rheema Calloway and Leroy Moore interview Pete White Executive Director, Los Angeles Community Action Network about housing issues in Los Angeles. See their site: http://www.cangress.org/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is made available view Creative Commons License non-commercial license.
The Worker Justice Talk #66 Doug Cunningham WIN
2008 Apr 24
Ronnishia Johnson, Rheema Calloway and Leroy Moore interview Doug Cunningham about labor and Worker’s Independent News. See their site: http://www.laborradio.org/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is made available view Creative Commons License non-commercial license.
The Worker Justice Talk #65 1858 Black Exodus Ecumenical Program
2008 Apr 23
Al Williams moderates another roundtable discussion with Rev. Amos Brown, Linda Richardson, Prof. Glenn Nance, Kristi Black, and Guy Washington about the 150th anniversary of the Black Exodus from San Francisco to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. See their site: http://www.sfexodus.com/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. […]
The Worker Justice Talk #64 1858 Black Exodus Series – Ross Mirkarimi
2008 Apr 12
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, Fannie Preston and Al Williams continue the discussion on the 1858 Black exodus from San Francisco. See their site: http://www.sfexodus.com/ We hope you enjoy the interview. Podcasts are a production of the http://justicefound.org and http://redtap.com. All content is made available view Creative Commons License non-commercial license.
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