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Interview :: Labor
Building Bridges Radio: 1.Workers' Advice Center;2.Revitalizing the Labor Movement
21 Dec 2004
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report presents his 28 minute radio program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW.
Building Bridges:
Your Community and Labor Report - National Edition
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
presents
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Israeli Authorities Seek to Dismantle Workers' Advice Center
with Assaf Adiv, National Coordinator, Workers'
Advice Center (WAC)

WAC is an active association that has distinguished itself not only by finding jobs for unemployed Arab workers in Israel, but also by placing their issue on the public agenda. The Israeli Registrar of
Non-Profit Associations claims that WAC's activities do not match its declared purposes and that it serves as a front for a political party, the Organization for Democratic Action. WAC's successes in placing
workers testify to the contrary. At present, 600 mostly construction workers, depend on WAC's organizing activities.
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Revitalizing the Labor Movement
with Elaine Bernard, Harvard Trade Union Program

The current debate over direction for the labor movement is focusing on resources and structure, but Elaine Bernard speaking at a Conference
on the Future of the Labor Movement organized by Queen College Labor Resource Center, challenged unions to question its goals and direction and rely more on its diversity of membership to revitalize a
dying movement. She also points to the successes enjoyed by the Canadian labor movement to illustrate how labor can be a movement.

To download or play this 27:58 minute program:
go to radio4all download page:
http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=10656

Building Bridges is regularly broadcast over WBAI, 99.5 FM in the N.Y.C Metropolitan area on Mondays from 7-8pm EST and streamed
at http://www.2600.com/offthehook/hot2.ram
for more information email knash (at) igc.org
See also:
http://www.radio4all.net/dl.php/123-2-20041218-assafntl2.mp3?file_id=19417&protocol=http&

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