September 06, 2022

HMM 09 – 05 – 22 Labor Special

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we look back at our labor stories from this year in honor of Labor Day:

We begin with coverage of a rally at which Willie Terry talks with a variety of individuals involved in the labor movement in the Capital Region.

Then, what were the staff of Capital Roots saying right after their unionizing efforts were recognized by management? Elizabeth Press brings us that story.

Later on, Mark Dunlea talks with Rev. Richard Witt of Rural Migrant Ministry about the decades long struggle to lower the overtime threshold from 60 to 40 hours a week.

After that, Heather Goodall, union organizer at Amazon Schodack, talks to Cathy Silber about their efforts to unionize.

Finally, Willie Terry talks labor with two individuals at a Organizers on Organizing event.

Tags: labor, labor day

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