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Labor Exchange: Local 4012 President Elizabeth LaBelle

On tonight’s Labor Exchange, we talk about challenges in the Social Security Administration with AFGE Local 4012 President Elizabeth LaBelle including issues with phones, computers and hot desking - where workers must share unassigned workspace. We dig into LaBelle’s volunteer work in Ukraine with the Peace Corps and how it […]

todayApril 18, 2022 11


Labor Exchange: Worker Issues at BNSF and Starbuck Union Updates, and more.

On this week’s Labor Exchange we talk with Carl Smith, a railroad brakeman/switchman currently serving as Colorado State Legislative Director for SMART - Transportation Division. We talk about a new attendance policy at BNSF railroad described by the Guardian newspaper as grueling and arcane. To support BNSF workers, text NoHiViz […]

todayApril 4, 2022 1


OutSources: Dreaming with LGBTQIA youth, a Conversation with Jax Gonzalez

Host Elise Matatall speaks with queer educator and youth worker Jax Gonzalez. Jax believes that youth’s capacity to dream is a valuable resource in the fight for collective liberation. During the show, they reference Bettina Love who wrote We Want to do More than Survive, and co-established the Abolitionist Teaching Network. Note: […]

todayMarch 28, 2022 1


It’s The Economy – Latina Business Leaders in Denver

In this episode of It's The Economy we hear a conversation with Dana Rodriguez (pictured above), executive chef at Casa Bonita and owner and head chef at Cantina Loca, Work and Class and Super Mega Bien. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better sits down with Tamil Maldanado owner and VP of development at Raices brewery to talk about […]

todayMarch 23, 2022 8


OutSources: Performance, Play, and Community with Kiki Sinister Presents

Interview with Kiki Sinister and Ryan Frank, two members of Kiki Sinister Presents, a Denver-based troupe that hosts immersive shows featuring aerial performance, pole dancing, burlesque, comedy, and more. Kiki and Ryan talk about their performances, and how they've explored questions of identity and community building in the troupe. With […]

todayMarch 21, 2022 7



This May 1st and 2nd, we’re encouraging you to give and to publicly express what KGNU personally means to you.

We join other public and local stations across the country for this second annual event. It’s your forum to support and champion how KGNU connects with your values.


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