December 16, 2009 – Hour 2

We discuss the struggle for human rights and better working conditions, both right here in Baltimore and further afield, with members of the United Workers.  The United Workers are an organization of low-wage workers, founded by homeless day laborers in Baltimore in 2002. We're joined by:

We discuss the struggle for human rights and better working conditions, both right here in Baltimore and further afield, with members of the United Workers.  The United Workers are an organization of low-wage workers, founded by homeless day laborers in Baltimore in 2002.

We’re joined by:

Luis Larin – Leadership Organizer with the United Workers

Ashley Hufnagel –  Leadership Organizer with the United Workers

Marilyn Hunter – Translator and Organizer with the United Workers

Oscar Otzoy – Leader with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW)

Natasha Noriega – Translator for Oscar

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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