WRFG LABOR FORUM program on Monday, Oct 31– interview with Ajamu Baraka

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To close out the month and begin the second week of the Fall fund drive at WRFG, The Labor Forum interviews Ajamu Baraka, human rights and anti-imperialist activist whose resume includes being a former director of the US Human Rights Network and is currently a vice-presidential candidate on the Green Party ticket.
Our far-reaching discussion with Ajamu will begin at 4:15 with his analysis of the struggle at Standing Rock and whether the connections between indigenous rights, militarized police repression and environmental safety and sustainability can define a powerful movement for fundamental change.

We also will ask him about the widening role of US military forces and weaponry in multiple war zones and how that impacts domestic politics. What effect does the enormous Pentagon budget have on the Fight for $15, as well as the crises in education and healthcare?

The Labor Forum airs every Monday from 4-5 on WRFG 89.3FM; is streamed at http://www.wrfg.org and is available on the WRFG APP. The Labor Forum videos its program live on our YouTube channel.

The Labor Forum requests that our listeners and supporters make a donation to WRFG during this pledge time either by going online at http://www.wrfg.org and following the prompts after clicking on the DONATE button or calling the station at 404.523.8989. Also you can mail your check to WRFG, 1083 Austin Ave NE, Atlanta 303016.

Based on your financial situation, show appreciation for a community station that is commercial free and reflects progressive views and quality music. You can assign your pledge to your favorite programs such as The Labor Forum that talks about matters of importance to working and poor people.

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