Today Host Rob Lorei talks with two Tampa area workers who just returned from a trip to Brazil to testify at a global hearing on the working conditions of McDonald’s workers from all over the world. Bleu Rainer, a McDonald’s employee for three years, and Nadaije Pail Jajoute, a childcare worker and wage advocate, are part of… Read more »
Head of Florida teachers union criticizes state education budget
Fast food workers protest in Tampa for minimum wage hike
Hillsborough County Commission voted to have an attorney draft a wage theft ordinance.
In Florida Secretary of Labor pushes paid family leave and increased minimum wage
May Day rally for labor and immigration rights in Ybor City
Preview of May Day labor and immigration rally in Tampa
In St. Pete Student Farmworker Alliance announces boycott of Wendy’s
Adjunct instructors at USF will join national walkout Wednesday
Fresh Market grocery chain joins CIW’s Fair Food Program
Fast food workers will strike Thursday in Tampa and across America
Some Tampa WalMart workers will walk out on day after Thanksgiving
Migrant farmers join forces with social justice advocates to demand fair wages and treatment of migrant workers
Coalition of Immokalee Workers unveil Fair Food Label
In Tampa nurses “die-in” to draw attention to Ebola and lack of preparedness
Palestinian rights group will try again Saturday to block Israeli ship in Tampa
Port Tampa Bay dockworker speaks out about political intimidation at workplace
Army reservist sues Gov. Scott saying he was illegally fired after being deployed to Afghanistan
Today on Radioactivity Rob Lorei speaks to Joshua Lenes, a member of the United Faculty of Florida and the Graduate Students Union at USF and Aaron Carmella of Florida AFL-CIO about the state of the labor movement.
SCOTUS throws partial victory at unions
To commemorate May Day, about 50 community activists gathered at Voice of Freedom Park in West Tampa last night.