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Written on:September 4, 2017
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Hey, everybody. Happy Labor Day and welcome to the inaugural episode of Solidarity Radio! As the Union CEO, it is my privilege to accept the assignment of posting Solidarity Radio to the blog. What is Solidarity Radio? I’m glad you asked. Solidarity Radio is a labor movement podcast hosted by Ted James and Jay-Dao. It is recorded in Denver, CO and is part of the Union Underground imprint. Our goals for the podcast are to a) use it as vehicle for bringing new folks into the labor movement, b) talk about ways to build the movement, c) interview key unionists from time to time, and d) (last but not least) have fun. This first episode was recorded on June 3rd, 2017 and, because it was recorded late at night, actually ran into June 4th, 2017. During the episode, Ted James and Jay-Dao talk about restoring the American labor movement to a former glory, income redistribution to the top, and the conundrum of conservatives voting against their own economic interests. Later, our hosts interview one another about the other’s labor movement journey and then they wrap up with some rapid fire light-hearted questions. I really hope you enjoy the podcast. Solidarity Radio Forever! #1uu


 

 

 

© 2017 Union Underground Productions / Hosted by Ted James & Jay-Dao / Mixed by Ted James / Recorded at The House of Jeezy Studios on June 3rd & 4th, 2017 / Theme Music: Jonny Danger – Underground Spark / The views expressed on this podcast are the views of Ted James and Jay-Dao alone. They should not be seen as reflecting the views of any labor organization or union


Rock Against the TPP – Solidarity Forever

Written on:August 2, 2016

    Rock Against the TPP – Solidarity Forever Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO July 23rd, 2016 Performed By: Tom Morello, Anti-Flag, Flobots, Evangeline Lilly, Downtown Boys, Son of Nun, Evan Greer, and Taina Asili. I’m sharing footage of this performance that was shot by Union Underground to help in the fight to #StopTPP. I would like to thank all of the amazing Rock Against the TPP artists for…

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