Future of the American Labor Movement
Richard Trumka talked about his vision for the future of the trade union movement and the challenges and choices facing organized labor… read more
Richard Trumka talked about his vision for the future of the trade union movement and the challenges and choices facing organized labor today. Among the topics he addressed were rising health care and college tuition costs, responding to the needs of and drawing younger workers into the labor movement, and the contributions of Senator Edward Kennedy to the labor movement. Following his remarks Mr. Trumka responded to questions from audience members. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- David Madland Director Center for American Progress->Work/Life Program
- Richard L. Trumka Secretary-Treasurer AFL-CIO
- Sarah Rosen Wartell Executive Vice President Center for American Progress->Management
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