Joe Allen: Former coach says America's Cup event should stay in New Zealand
The Mike Hosking Breakfast
A man who sailed on two victorious America's Cup boats is adamant the event should stay in New Zealand.40,000 people descended on Auckland’s waterfront to celebrate last night's victory.Sailor and former coach, Joe Allen, told Mike Hosking we should keep it here and it should be sailed in the same boats.He says it worked incredibly well and surprised a lot of old yachties."A lot people had their doubts about it, but it really was a breathtaking event."LISTEN ABOVE
Joe Allen with Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District
The Executive Director of the Gwinnett Place CID joins host Bryan Mulligan to discuss traffic technology and transportation plans in Gwinnett County, as well as the latest news on redevelopment plans for Gwinnett Place Mall. Joe Allen/Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District (CID) The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District (CID) is a self-taxing district that uses […]The post Joe Allen with Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Interview with Joe Allen on the Rising Threat of the Far Right.https://www.tempestmag.org/2020/09/a-threshold-has-been-crossed/Hosted by Traven LeyshonProduced by Anthony Apodaca (host of ABC Café) and Dayna StimsonMusic by David RovicsRecorded on September 22, 2020Podcast: https://equaltimeradio.transistor.fm/Radio: https://equaltimeradio.com/Listen live at: WDEV 96.1FM/550AM
G&R Episode 28: One Big Union? Not So Fast: Police Unions and Other Labor Struggles w/ author Joe Allen
Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals
In this episode we talk with author, journalist, historian, and socialist Joe Allen about police unions, fighting fascism and police brutality in Chicago, the UPS strike of 1997, labor organizing at "Big Brown" and democratic organizing in the labor movement. Joe Allen worked for nearly a decade at UPS. He has been a member of several Teamster local unions and a member of Teamsters for a Democratic Union. His books include Vietnam: The (Last) War the U.S. Lost, 'People Wasn't Made to Burn': A Trues Story of Race, Murder, and Justice in Chicago and, most recently, and recently re-released, The Package King: A Rank and File History of United Parcel Service. He has contributed over the years to Socialist Worker (U.S.), the International Socialist Review, Counterpunch, In These Times, Midwest Socialist, Jacobin, Rampant, and Medium. Read more by Joe Allen: Rampant: Sever All Ties with Police Unions Jacobin: Black Lives at Big Brown Jacobin: The UPS Strike, Two Decades Later Medium: The Return of the ‘Hamburgs’? White Vigilantes, the Chicago Police, and Anti-Fascism in Chicago Follow us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenRedPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastGreenRed Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenredpodcast/ Donate to Green and Red Podcast at: Patron: https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Green and Red's website: https://greenandredpodcast.org/donate-to-green-and-red/ This is a Green and Red Podcast production. "Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Isaac. Produced by Scott (@sparki1969) and Bob (@bobbuzzanco).
My Guest Today Is Joe Allen, Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District Executive Director
Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Joe Allen started his career of service to Gwinnett County in the Tax Commissioner's Office, where he served as Director of Administration and then Chief Deputy Tax Commissioner. Later, he was Gwinnett’s Division Director of Risk Management and Employee Services. Allen also spent a number of years as the Director of Public Affairs and Business Resources for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. While at the Chamber, he helped organize the business leaders that later formed the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District. In April 2006, Joe was named Executive Director for the CID. Joe is married to Melanie and they have two children.#GwinnettCountyPodcast, #GwinnettPodcast,#DailyHorscopes