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The number of union members working on television and film projects across New York has been exploding, in large part due to the film and television tax credit. Some of those union...

He had dreams of being an astronomer, ended up going to law school, but landed at the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Meet Dr. Alex Colvin, the new Dean at ILR. h...

Farmworkers win the right to organize, striking workers win vital protections, and elevator operators now must be licensed. Those are just a few of the labor victories from the 201...

Think taxpayer dollars used on construction projects should be linked to raising the standard of livingand quality of life for our workforce and all New Yorkers? We do. Listen now ...

It is the most trusted federal agency that operates without any tax dollars and is facing renewed threats of privatization. What’s behind the threats to privatize the postal serv...

In this episode we hear from an on-demand worker and some of the challenges these workers face. And we talk with the president of the NYS AFL-CIO about the federation’s campaign ...

Musicians are union members too. He has played keyboards and toured with Grace Slick, PatBenatar, Dusty Springfield, Chuck Berry, Steve Wonder and many more. Musician, composer and...

In Ep. 8 – If contractors are receiving taxpayer resources on construction projects in New York State then they ought to be paying prevailing wages and benefits to the men and wo...

For decades the New York State AFL-CIO has pursued a legislative strategy to secure the same rights for farmworkers that all other classifications of workers currently enjoy includ...

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