WRFG Labor Forum on Monday, Nov 27
Moonamum James, co-leader of UAINE (United American Indians of New England) is a special guest on the
Nov. 27th edition of The Labor Forum program.
For 47 years, UAINE has organized a march at Plymouth Rock on Thanksgiving Day o expose the truth about
the genocidal actions of the Pilgrims and to raise the ongoing struggle of native peoples to maintain their lands,
language and culture.
Moonamum James will describe the event that took place on Thursday, Nov. 23 and the solidarity expressed by
union members, Black Lives Matter activists, LGBTQ groups and other communities fighting for justice.
This interview will begin at 4:30.
Earlier in the program, at 4:15, Eva Cardenas will update our listeners on immigration and detention issues in Atlanta
The Labor Forum brings a working class perspective to the political, social and economic developments on the local,
national and international scene.
The program airs every Monday from 4-5pm on WRFG 89.3FM.For additional information, please see http://www.wrfglaborforum.org