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A podcast about the Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers. Hosted by Anna Nowalk.

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Fordham RA Union

Fordham RA Union

2024-02-0627:19

Send us a Text Message.On the season finale of All Who Labor, Anna speaks with Seamus Dougterty, a bargaining committee member in the union representing Fordham’s Rose Hill Resident Assistants.You can follow the union’s activity on Instagram at @fordhamraunion.Notes:The stipend Fordham Rose Hill RA’s receive is specifically a tuition stipend.Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.co.Questions? Comments? DM @all.who.labor.pod on Instagram, or email Anna at anna.nowalk@gmail.com.T...
Send us a Text Message.In this episode (our final one focusing on Fordham Graduate Student Workers), Anna talks to theology graduate students Sadie Yates and Hillary Bylund.Please note that this episode briefly mentions sexual harassment. Notes:See the MIT Living Wage Calculator calculation for the Bronx here, and GSAS stipend information here.Sadie published an article on labor at Fordham in the Catholic Worker.You can learn more about FGSW’s at their Instagram, @fordhamgsw. Cover ...
Send us a Text Message.We’re back! In this episode (our final one focusing on Fordham Faculty United), Anna talks to adjunct GSSS and FFU member Melanie Knuts.Notes:Anne Fernald and Steve D’Agustino’s podcast appears to have been released at the end of March, 2020.Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.co.Questions? Comments? DM @all.who.labor.pod on Instagram, or email Anna at anna.nowalk@gmail.com.Melanie Knut's interview was recorded on June 16th and June 22nd, 2023.Support t...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna talks with Reece Brosco, who was a member of FGSW as a Master's student at Fordham. I suspect that most members join a union to fight for better conditions and a fair contract, but the subsequent bargaining can inadvertently lead to holding an institution to its own standards. In fact, Reece's transformative Jesuit education at Fordham was itself a catalyst for his decision to join FGSW. Find out more about FGSW at their websi...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk discusses FGSW - Fordham's union for graduate student workers - with bargaining committee member and Fordham PhD student Nicola Forbes. Find out more about FGSW at their website and on Instagram. Notes:FGSW proposed 10-week notice of teaching assignments. The University countered with 3. This show only covers a slice of news from the labor world. You can learn more by checking out other members of the Labor Radio ...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk discusses Fordham Faculty United (or FFU) - Fordham's union of contingent faculty - with executive committee member and Fordham social work field advisor Ellen Lauter. This show only covers a slice of news from the labor world. From UPS to actors and writers, there's a lot going on right now. You can learn more by checking out other members of the Labor Radio / Podcast Network: https://www.laborradionetwork.org/The opin...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk discusses Fordham Faculty United (or FFU) - Fordham's union of contingent faculty - with one of their co-chairs, anthropology professor Dr. Diane George.Notes:- When this episode was released, the description and episode noted that the union was called the Fordham Faculty Union, rather than the correct name, Fordham Faculty United. This has been corrected. - It looks like highest minimum per course rate was $8,500 in August ...
A Jesuit Education

A Jesuit Education

2023-07-1721:53

Send us a Text Message.On the season 2 premiere of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk begins her exploration of recent labor activity at Fordham University with a conversation with Double Ram (2-time Fordham alum) Vanessa Rotondo about Jesuit education.Fordham students: get involved with Fordham's mission! https://www.fordham.edu/about/living-the-mission/ For a dive into other areas of labor, including history, and conversations on current events, check out the Labor Radio / Podcast Network: https://...
Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 Trailer

2023-07-0301:06

Send us a Text Message.The second season of All Who Labor will be released every other week starting on July 17th. It will focus on the recent labor activity at Fordham University. Support the Show.
Meaning in Work

Meaning in Work

2023-05-0242:27

Send us a Text Message.On this season finale of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Dr. Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame) about Aristotle, Plato, and her book, "The Good Life Method," and Lucia Silecchia (Catholic University of America) about St. John Paul II's Laborem Exercens and the Great Resignation. Note: this episode features discussion of 9/11.You can read Lucia's article here.You can purchase Dr. Sullivan's book here.Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.co....
Labor Policy Advocacy

Labor Policy Advocacy

2023-04-1817:06

Send us a Text Message.On the penultimate episode of the first season of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Ingrid Delgado about her work as a policy advisor in the Office of Domestic Social Development for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.Notes:Since recording, Ingrid has changed positions at the USCCB: she now works in the Office of Government Relations. Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.io.Questions? Comments? DM @all.who.labor.pod on Instagram, or email ...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Debbie Berkowitz (Kalmanovitz Initiative) about worker safety and Nadira Narine (Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility) about corporate responsibility. Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.co.Questions? Comments? DM @all.who.labor.pod on Instagram, @AllWhoLabor on Twitter, or email Anna at anna.nowalk@gmail.com. Debbie Berkowitz's interview was recorded on March 2, 2023. Nadira N...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Br. Ken Homan (Georgetown University) about the distance between what we say we believe and how those values are lived out, particularly as it relates to the Jesuits. The conversation stretches from topics further in the past, such as slavery, to more current labor activism at universities.Cover art by Belle Moldovan. Music from Podcast.co.Questions? Comments? DM @all.who.labor.pod on Instagram, or email Ann...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Fr. Sinclair Oubre (Catholic Labor Network) about carrying on the legacy of labor priests and the complexities of labor activism. She also speaks with Nancy Conrad (Maryland Catholic Labor Network) about the Maryland Catholic Labor Network and Catholic labor activism during the pandemic. Rerum Novarum: https://www.vatican.va/content/leo-xiii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_l-xiii_enc_15051891_rerum-novarum.htmlNotes:...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Dr. Laura Murphy (SUNY Dutchess Community College) about Monsignor John A. Ryan and Dr. Joseph McCartin (Georgetown University) about essential workers, unionization, and justice in worker compensation. Unionization updates:Starbucks (article from January 10, 2023): https://apnews.com/article/starbucks-corp-business-arizona-labor-unions-amazoncom-inc-5a24ff399e186a3f0da8dc8b7094e3d4Amazon: https://www.nytimes.com...
Send us a Text Message.On this episode of All Who Labor, Anna Nowalk speaks with Fr. Thomas Massaro (Fordham University) about Catholic social teaching and Dr. Maria Mazzenga (Catholic University of America) about Catholic involvement in the U.S. labor movement. Notes:Raymond McGowan took over for John A. Ryan in the Social Action Department. He was then succeeded by George Higgins. Dorothy Day founded the Catholic Worker movement with Peter Maurin. John Cort was one of a group of p...
Send us a Text Message.All Who Labor is a new podcast, hosted by Anna Nowalk, exploring Catholic responses to labor issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. New episodes released every other Monday, starting on January 30th, 2023. Sound bite from Dr. Maria MazzengaCover art by Belle MoldovanMusic from Podcast.coSpecial thanks to the Fordham University Center on Religion and CultureSupport the Show.
Send us a Text Message.In this episode, Anna shares some exciting announcements! Correction: The Patreon is not in the bio, but rather in the episode description (see below)Patreon: https://patreon.com/AllWhoLaborIFTJ registration: https://brushfire.com/ignatiansolidaritynetwork/iftj2023/549992/detailsSupport the Show.
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