Town Hall highlights: Supporting our unemployed neighbors

BY:People’s World| November 10, 2020
Town Hall highlights: Supporting our unemployed neighbors


The August 16, 2000, Town Hall, “Supporting Our Unemployed Neighbors,” discussed the challenges facing workers during the pandemic and the need to organize the unemployed. Panelists included Bill Fletcher, Executive Editor of and former director of TransAfrica Forum; Judith LeBlanc, Director, Native Organizers Alliance; and Kooper Caraway, President, South Dakota AFL-CIO.  Here are highlights from their talks. 7:41 minutes.



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