Labor historian Annelise Orleck tells the story of nine African-American union maids in Las Vegas during the 1970s who challenged welfare cuts and built a long-lasting vibrant antipoverty program run by poor mothers. Recorded 6/7/17.
Producer: Ilsley Public Library
Kate McGowan – executive for Addison County United Way, speaks about the influence of stories in her life, and the importance of stories in the collaborative efforts for which she provides guidance. Recorded 5/30/17.
Producer: Len Rowell
Cheryl Mitchell of Treleven Productions interviews Mike Monte, the recipient of the 2016 Con Hogan Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Recorded 5/22/17.
Producer: Cheryl Mitchell