In this episode, we celebrate Labor Day, also known as International Labor Day around the world. Join Amber and Erica Kim Brown, journalist, veteran activist, and our companion at Black Power Media to discuss the historical significance of Labor Day and the global fight against capitalist inequality. With a special focus on both the contributions of blacks to the pro-labor movement, as well as the justice and ownership challenges we still face, this episode reminds us that all labor has value that deserves respect and fair compensation. Listen to get the scoop on why we are all investing in and supporting a burgeoning labor movement.
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Kim Brown They host Burn It Down with Kim Brown, a YouTube show that focuses on issues affecting marginalized communities and staffed with raw and humorous commentary. Watch it every Tuesday and Friday at 5 PM ET on YouTube. You can also find Kim on the Remix Morning Show on Black Power Media on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET.