Shameless plug: If you can't get enough of pondering my thoughts on union and educational issues, you can go over and listen to UFT Solidarity's After Class podcast where they actually wanted to listen to me ramble on for almost an hour.
I can't wait to read the comments on what I did or didn't say or should or shouldn't have said.
As of this writing, I have not yet listened back to the podcast. After reviewing, I may agree with my critics who comment here regularly.
For information on what UFT Solidarity is trying to do with their podcast, go here.
A few details from UFT Solidarity:
After Class Podcast is for and by educators just like you.
Hi, we are Johnny, Eric, and Lydia. We are NYC public school teachers and activists who collectively have 50 years of education experience. We are dedicated to talk about issues that impact all educators from the role of unions, to CRT, to inequity nothing is off the table! We hope you will tune in to listen to our podcast.
It's basically UFT Solidarity's answer to Michael Mulgrew's podcast. I seriously think Solidarity's podcast is a good idea so listening to me talking to Solidarity is probably much easier on the ears than hearing Mulgrew filibuster.