1. Listen to We Do the Work, Tuesdays, 5:00pm, and Sundays, 5:30pm at KSVR, 91.7 or KSVU, 90.1
A weekly local worker radio program that features news, interviews, music, and comments, “We Do the Work” believes American workers are at the heart of our economy and culture, deserving dignity, respect, and a decent family wage. To hear our other shows, go to We Do The Work Archives. Questions about interviews? Email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW – We Do The Work’s program for Tuesday, Nov 20, 5:00pm and Sunday, Nov 25, 5:30pm – John Burbank, Executive Director of the Economic Opportunity Institute (EOI)
Interview by Lori Province: John talks about the mission of the Economic Opportunity Institute, its successes, and plans for the future. For more information, go to http://www.opportunityinstitute.org/ or http://eoionline.org.
We Do The Work Comment: What is the difference between Patriotism and Nationalism?
2. Listen to Speak Up! Speak Out! Radio
Listen to Speak Up! Speak Out! – a half hour weekly radio show committed to community, peace, justice, and non-violence issues – on KSVR, 91.7 FM in Mt. Vernon; KSVU, 90.1 in Hamilton. Airs Wednesday at 5:00pm on both, Thursday at 8:00am on KSVU and Sunday at 5:00pm for both. Our shows are available online. Stream or download a show at http://speakupspeakoutradio.org/ anytime. Interested in getting SUSO e-News? Contact SUSOenews@gmail.com.
NEW – This week on Speak Up! Speak Out! Ginny Wolff plays a talk by, and conversation with, Rep. Kristine Lytton sponsored by Indivisible Skagit. Kris talks candidly about her experiences in the Legislature on the eve of her retirement. She shares her thoughts on “next moves” to support progressive values in our state, and how ordinary citizens can become involved.
This a Part 1 of what will likely be a 2 part show.
3. Coffee ‘n Cards
All are invited to drop in (for any length of time). Coffee ‘n Cards is now operating from 10:00am – 12:00pm each Monday at the Skagit Democrats Headquarters. Sending postcards to give a PoB (Pat on the Back), oppose/support a specific issue, or occasional SOY (Shame On You) to deserving individuals or groups is a positive way to react to the negative news from Trump administration. Colorful postcards, pens and topic cards with addresses are provided, stamps sold 3/$1, and you bring your own coffee! Return address labels for your cards are timesavers. We have sent out an average of 50 cards per week, since the first of the year to local, state, and national lawmakers, government officials, individuals and groups. We have sent out over 2800 cards since January.