Giancarlos Rodriguez, a high school student from Philadelphia's Penn Treaty High School in the city's Fishtown neighborhood, organized a walkout against Pennsylvania's Keystone Exams. The walkout ...
Honestly, should we be surprised that Pennsylvania Republicans spent teacher appreciation week attacking teachers?
Republicans stated the week by advancing the "Excellent Teachers Act" which goes ...
On yesterday's program, Steven Singer, 8th grade school teacher from western Pennsylvania and member of the Badass Teachers Association, joined Rick to talk about how Pennsylvania Republicans are ...
On Thursday's program , we invited Amy Edelman from Philadelphia's Night Kitchen Bakery to talk about raising the wage in the Pennsylvania and why she pays her employees a living wage. Amy and her ...
Here's today program on the Rick Smith Show, where working people come to talk !
Donald Cohen , Executive Director at In The Public Interest joins Rick to talk about privatization schemes in light ...
Sometimes you have to sit down in order to stand up for your rights as a worker. That is what workers in the Firestone rubber plant proved in Akron, Ohio today in labor history, January 29, 1936. ...
Welcome to Labor History in 2, a daily two minute podcast that explains labor history!
On this day in labor history, The year was 1874 what came to be known as the “Tompkin’s Square Riot” ...
Today marks the official beginning of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's second term in office, ...
The massive cuts Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett forced on Philadelphia's public schools included layoffs of many school nurses. Nurses protested the cuts, saying students ...
Perpetual War Schemes: Incalculable Costs
More than 50 years ago President Eisenhower warned that if unchecked, military-industrial interests would have an adverse influence on government decisions.