Watch Unions, Workers, and the Democratic Party
With: Randi Weingarten (AFT) and Larry Cohen (Labor for Bernie)
with Juan Gonzalez, Basil Smikle and Ed Ott
The livestream starts tomorrow at 8.30 am (Eastern Time), you can watch the roundtable here:
American Labor is facing the most exciting political contest since 2008’s rivalry between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Both candidates have a long record support from unions.
Partisans for each candidate and observers interested in the process are eager to see the first debate of the season – even if the candidates aren’t present, and the debate format is a friendly roundtable.
Please tune in on Friday, 9/18, at 8.30 am (Eastern) for the livestream of Unions, Workers, and the Democratic Party.
Join the debate on Twitter and Facebook. Please consider using hashtag #MurphyTalks and handle (@murphyinstitute) if appropriate. If you support Bernie Sanders, be sure to also use hashtag #laborforbernie and #feelthebern. Thank you!
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