Starbucks worker on her store's union drive; Why boycotting the 1936 Olympics failed

Starbucks worker on her store's union drive; Why boycotting the 1936 Olympics failed

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Wednesday, 8 December

Starbucks workers at three Buffalo locations are on the cusp of forming a union. If successful, it would be Starbucks' first union in the country. Shift supervisor Gianna Reeve joins us. And, we look back at the calls to boycott the 1936 Olympics —which were held in Nazi Germany — with ESPN reporter Jeremy Schaap.
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