The Docker Podcast! Labor related news and discussions with rank and file dock workers and their guests.
***ALL OPINIONS EXPRESSED ARE THE OPINIONS OF THE INDIVIDUALS AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT ANY OFFICIAL OPINION OF THE ILWU, ANY AFFILIATED LOCALS, OR ANY OF ITS OFFICERS. ALL UNION BRANDING IS USED WITH PERMISSION***
EP 44: Mark Street and Maureen Gutierrez
Dan is joined by documentary film maker Mark Street, and Maureen Gutierrez, an ILWU worker who appears on marks new project Work songs.
Work Songs is a kaleidoscopic portrait of the United States at work. Through interviews and observational footage Work Songs explores how various workers find meaning in their jobs.
OUT MAY 1! Celebrate May Day by watching Work Songs by Mark Street. Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/watchworksongs
EP 43: Patrick and Rob (Anchor Steam Brewing, ILWU 6)
Dan and returning guest host Skiff are joined by Patrick Machel and Rob Salgado from ILWU Local 6. We talk about organizing Anchor Steam Brewing as well as some of ILWU Local 6 new and ongoing campaigns. This one is fun.
Special Episode: ILWU Secretary Treasurer Ed Ferris
ILWU International Secretary Treasurer Ed Ferris returns to the show. Dan and Ed talk about climate change, the upcoming U.S. elections, and ILWU Young Workers.
Special Episode: ILWU President Willie Adams
ILWU International President Willie Adams returns to the show to talk about COVID-19, and how the ILWU is adapting. We also get a few general updates on some ILWU issues and discuss political action and the importance of the upcoming U.S. elections. Brother Willie shares some thoughts he has for the rank and file in this strange time.
The COVID Chronicles Part 6: Jacqueline Smith, ITF
Dan is joined by ITF Maritime Coordinator Jacqueline Smith to discuss the affect COVID-19 is having on the maritime industry around the world.
The COVID Chronicles Part 5: Christy Slusarenko, MoveUp
Dan talks with Christy Slusarenko, Vice President of MoveUp. Christy talks about how she got involved in the union movement, and how the current COVID-19 situation is affecting the workers she represents.
I love it.
I’m listening to EP33 First Nations history. It’s really fascinating and amazing to hear from the First Nations workers themselves.
If you want to hear honest opinions from the Women and Men that work at our docks then you should listen to this podcast!
Steve does listen to these!
Good job brothers. Sorry "Right on Ron" that intro was me in studio 5 years ago. We use it on all our vids