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United Workers End Poverty Radio!
Telling the Untold Stories in the Fight to End Poverty
Category: Non-Profit
Location: Baltimore
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May 29, 2014 12:42 PM PDT

On May 1, we officially launched our End Poverty Radio podcast at our Media Team Celebration. We also showcased several videos, a series of photo essays with United Workers leaders, and even got on the dance floor to the beats of DJ and United Workers leader Emanuel McCray and Double Impact. Thanks to everyone who came out. Check out this great video, performed by Double Impact, from the event. https://vimeo.com/94695407

May 19, 2014 08:40 AM PDT

On April 8, 2014, renowned economist Gar Alperovitz spoke before the annual meeting of Healthcare-Now! Maryland. Alperovitz is a renowned economist, Lionel R. Bauman Professor of Political Economy at the University of Maryland, and co-founder of The Democracy Collaborative.

Prof. Alperovitz spoke on why we cannot afford to settle for corporate-backed healthcare reform and how the fight for universal healthcare is a crucial part of the broader national struggle for economic and democratic dignity.

April 23, 2014 02:48 PM PDT

On April 8, 2014, United Workers Leadership Organizers Luis Larin and Michael Fox, Unite Here Local 7 organizer Tracy Lingo, and Keepers of the Mountain Director Elise Keaton spoke aOn April 8, 2014, United Workers Leadership Organizers Luis Larin and Michael Fox, Unite Here Local 7 organizer Tracy Lingo, and Keepers of the Mountain Director Elise Keaton spoke about organizing across urban and rural communities. The event took place at Towson University. bout organizing across urban and rural communities. The event took place at Towson University.

April 10, 2014 05:45 AM PDT

On Saturday, March 29, community members and leaders in the United Workers and several other organizations held The Eastside Speakout For Fair Development. They spoke about housing issues in Baltimore City and holding politicians accountable. They also raised their vision for Fair Housing practices and truly affordable housing. This is part two of this two-part podcast.

April 01, 2014 04:18 AM PDT

On Saturday, March 29, community members and leaders in the United Workers and several other organizations held The Eastside Speakout For Fair Development. They spoke about housing issues in Baltimore City and holding politicians accountable. They also raised their vision for Fair Housing practices and truly affordable housing. This is part one of this two-part podcast.

March 18, 2014 11:14 AM PDT

On March 5, 2014, United Workers Leadership Council member Emanuel McCray and Kevin Wheeler, a bartender at Sam Adams in BWI Airport, were interviewed on the Marc Steiner show about living on minimum wage, and the fight to increase the minimum wage in Maryland. Audio courtesy of the Marc Steiner Show http://www.steinershow.org/podcasts/local-and-state-politics/minimum-wage/

March 25, 2014 12:41 PM PDT

On October 26, 2013, residents from across the state of Maryland marched for the human right to healthcare. It was the first state-wide action of the Healthcare Is a Human Right – Maryland campaign. It was a huge success and it was a powerful testament to the grassroots movement that is growing across the state to demand universal healthcare. Pictures and a short video are available here... http://unitedworkers.org/2013/10/27/healthcare-justice-march-in-images/

A few days after the march, The Marc Steiner Show ran this audio clip of speeches, interviews, and sound from our Healthcare Justice March. The audio was recorded and produced by former Steiner Show producer Cricket Arrison, who is also a member of the United Workers Media Team. We hear from Sergio Espana, the statewide organizer for Healthcare is a Human Right-Maryland, as well as Emanuel McCray and Roxanna Harlow, speakers from the healthcare rally before the march; some of the participants at the march; and the amazing beats of the Baltimore Christian Warriors Marching Band.

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