RAD-TV Presents: Raise Up Vermont Campaign

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Rights & Democracy's monthly live TV show is about the new campaign 'Raise Up Vermont', which is geared to raise the minimum wage to a livable wage and improve workers’ rights standards. It includes a video report from a March 9th Statehouse press conference and stories from Vermont workers. Topics include Livable Wages, Fight For $15, Paid Family Leave, Misclassification, Wage Theft, Workers’ Rights, Movement Building, Rights & Democracy.

Host: Traven Leyshon
Guests: Rev. Debbie Ingram, VT Interfaith Action, Professor Felicia Kornbluh

More on the campaign can be found at: http://www.radvt.org/raise_up_vt

Rights and Democracy shares perspectives leading to a vision for a state in which every Vermonter earns a livable wage and has access to affordable health care, and where a progressive and equitable tax system supports an economy that protects the environment and human rights. We believe Vermont can lead our country in a new direction towards happy, healthy, and just communities for everyone.

For more info visit: http://www.radvt.org/

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