Working Class Perspectives Discussed on America’s Work Force

Jack Metzger, professor emeritus of humanities at Roosevelt University in Chicago spoke with America’s Work Force on June 28 to discuss social class and race. Continue reading

Wayfair Employee Walkout Discussed on America’s Work Force

Bill Samuel, government affairs director with the AFL-CIO spoke with America’s Work Force on June 27 about Wayfair employees staging a walkout after finding out about who their company was profiting off of. Continue reading

New Developments in the Councilman Ken Johnson Case Discussed on America’s Work Force

Mark Naymik, reporter for Cleveland.com spoke with America’s Work Force on June 26 to discuss new developments in the Cleveland Councilman Ken Johnson investigation. Continue reading

Manufacturing in America Discussed on America’s Work Force

Tom Buffenbarger, retired former general president of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers spoke to America’s Work Force on June 25 about manufacturing in America. Continue reading

200 Years of Financial Crisis Discussed on America’s Work Force

Richard Vague, author of the book A Brief History of Doom: Two Hundred Years of Financial Crises, spoke with America’s Work Force on June 24 as he discusses America’s history of financial problems. Continue reading

Mistreatment of Prisoners Discussed on America’s Work Force

Aviva Stahl, investigative journalist with the Nation magazine spoke to America’s Work Force on June 20 about the mistreatment of a prisoner in a maximum security prison. Continue reading

Education Budget and Accountability Discussed on America’s Work Force

Darold Johnson, director of legislation for the Ohio Federation of Teachers spoke to America’s Work Force on June 18 about Ohio school funding and policy. Continue reading