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Encore Episode originally aired October 24, 2008, We talk with 92-year-old Julius Margolin. Margolin has been active in the labor movement since the days of the CIO. Working people never won anything without struggle.. July 27, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 24, 2009 we talk with Lynn Howe about Emerge Oregon, a national campaign to train Democratic women for future political office.July 24, 2009 >>> Listen or download now 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 23rd we discuss how Americans spend their money, we discuss the broken healthcare system and play music by Jason Luckett.July 23, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 22, 2009 we talk with Michael D. Fox, AKA Mickey Baloonman about his work with Rogue Valley Community Television and the art of balloon animals.July 22, 2009 >>> Listen or download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 21 we give tribute to the work of Sam Church, former President of United Mine Workers of America. July 21, 2009 >>> listen or Download Here 

On Monday, july 20 we play a repeat program:  We talk with Kenneth Miller of the Pittsburgh Anti-Sweatshop Community Alliance about the National Sweat-Free Communities Campaign making connections with workers. http://www.kskq.org/showcase/audio-archive/blr/blr20080721.mp3

On the Brain Labor Report for July 17, 2009 we discuss Rural Organizing Project’s Peoples Economy Campaign.July 17, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 16, 2009 we talk with State Representative Peter Buckley. Buckley is the co-chair of the Joint Ways and Means Committee and reports back on the latest legislative session. We discuss how they handled the 800 million dollar budget gap. We also discuss healthcare and campaign finance reform. July 16, 2009 >>> listen or download here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 15, 2009 we talk with Arthur Stamoulis, director of the Oregon Fair Trade Campaign.  We discuss the Panama Free Trade Agreement which was stopped in Congress.  We also discuss the Trade Reform, Accountability, Development and Employment (TRADE) Act which outlines a way forward to a new trade and globalization agenda that could benefit more Americans. The bill is supported by a broad array of labor, consumer, environmental, family farm and faith groups.   www.oregonfairtrade.org

 July 15, 2009 >>> Listen or Download here 

On the Brain Labor Report for July 14 we play music from labor singer Julus Margolin. We play “Don’t Let Age Get You Down”, “Pedestrians’s Lament”, “Heartbreak Nightlife”, “Respect Construction Workers” and “Grains of Sand” July 14, 2009 >>> Listen or Download Here 

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