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WorkWeek Radio - SA NUMSA On Trump, US Workers, Immigrants & Workers
KPFA WorkWeek radio hears from South African Trade unionist about Trump's racist attack on Africans, Haitians and people from Latin America.
WW1-16-18 SA NUMSA On Trump And US Labor, Immigrants and Unions
WorkWeek Radio hears from South Africa NUMSA Phakamile Hlubi about the response of South African workers to the racist attacks by President Trump and their efforts to build a workers party and bring about a socialist society. Next we interview Professor George Wright about what US labor should be doing as well as Haitian labor and community activist France Jerome who discusses the effect of these attacks on the Haitian people and Haitian workers.
We also interview CWA UPTE UC interpreter Liso Milos who discussed the role of US imperialism on the people of El Salvador, Chile and Mexico and the resulting flood of workers and immigrants forced to leave their countries.
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South African NUMSA press spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi discussed the response of the South African people to the racist slurs by President Trump and her union's campaign for a workers party and socialism.
Haitian workers are organizing against slave labor conditions pushed by the US government.
Haitian workers are enraged against the open racist attacks on the Haitian people and immigrants.
There is a growing militant workers movement in Haiti that is challenging the bosses who are backed up by the government and the US multinationals who want cheap and slave labor.
US military trained El Salvadoran troops who tortured and killed tens of thousands of people including trade unionists.