MOVING FORWARD: Unions VS Workers, Nigerian Gender Equality, Birthright Citizenship, & AZ’s Right-to-Work Law

This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Mike Viola, Adimula Bukola, Laura Pabello, and Peter Clark.

U.S. labor law is pitting unions against workers. Mike Viola explains how leaving a union has become a grande-sized headache.

A lot of progress has been made with regards to women's rights throughout the world. Adimula Bukola reports that Nigerian women face a steep climb for gender equality.

A number of GOP presidential hopefuls are supporting an end to birthright citizenship for children born to undocumented immigrants. Laura Pabello says the American economy needs birthright citizenship.

Arizona is considering repealing its right-to-work law. Peter Clark explains how this could lead to individuals being forced to join unions and pay dues.

ABOUT MOVING FORWARD: Young Voices sponsors a weekly radio show for our contributors to discuss pressing policy issues and their latest work. Moving Forward with Young Voices is hosted by Bryan Hyde and broadcasts on Radio St. George 100.3FM (KDXI-LP), a terrestrial radio station in Utah. It is also available to stream as a podcast on over 40 platforms including Podbean, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube.

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