WorkWeek on July 14, 2018 looks at the recent Federal court decision in favor of Benecia Unified School District groundskeeper Dewayne “Lee” Johnson against chemical biotech company Monsanto for causing his cancer. Johnson won $39.2 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages because the jury said his cancer was a result of … Continued

WorkWeek hears from activists who are calling for the freedom of journalist and whistleblower Julian Assange who helped form WickiLeaks. The Ecuadoran government is being pressured by the US and UK to push Julian Assange out where he would be arrested by UK police and turned over to the US government. The US government wants … Continued

WorkWeek Radio looks at the increasing terrorist attacks by ICE on immigrant youth and their parents at schools on the border. We interview Nina Deerfield who is the the board of Palomar Community College in San Diego. She also discusses the privatization and racist attacks on Latinos in Escondido California by charter school advocates. Next, … Continued

WorkWeek Radio hears about the protest at SF ICE in San Francisco and then interviews workers at the San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office where SEIU 1021 workers charge that there has been systemic racism, bullying and attacks on African American workers. The rally against racist attacks and workplace bullying at the San Francisco Examiner’s office … Continued

WorkWeek hearing from teachers from W. Virginia and Arizona who are using social media to organize, educate and carry out mass strikes. They talk about how they do this. Next, WorkWeek interviews Professor George Wright and UFWA founder Al Rojas about the history of Juneteenth and the growing terrorism against children and families who are … Continued

WorkWeek interviews Wol-san Liem who is director of Korean Federation of Public Services and Transportation Workers’ Unions International Affairs in Seoul Korea. Next, WorkWeek interviews UAW convention delegate Scott Houldierson, VP of UAW 551 who is attending the national convention in Detroit. Then we look at the recent strike vote of 93% by Teamsters at … Continued

WorkWeek examines the continued criminal cover-up of the Hunters Point shipyard development where health and safety whistlelbowers were fired by Tetra Tech and the falsification of testing by the company which was concealed by San Francisco politicians including Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, Senator Diane Feinstein and Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom. We interview David Anton, the lawyer … Continued