I joined Molly and John to discuss the LA teachers’ strike, and catching up on the aftermath of the big Buzzfeed story.
The Sams asked me to come on District Sentinel Radio to talk about the UTLA strike and also about Scabby the Rat and why we must defend him at all costs.
I joined the wonderful women at Season of the Bitch and also LA teacher Noriko Nakada and teacher librarian Lisa Cheby to talk about UTLA’s strike, how it was built, and what’s at stake.
I joined Jon Wiener on The Nation magazine’s Start Making Sense podcast to talk about the LA teachers’ victory and the backstory on the power UTLA built over the last few years.
I joined Jeremy Scahill on the Intercepted podcast to talk about the United Teachers Los Angeles strike, alongside LA teacher Noriko Nakada.
The teacher strike wave continues as more than 30,000 members of United Teachers Los Angeles walk picket lines not only for the higher wages that they deserve but also for the well-funded and great schools that the city’s working-class students of color have long been systematically denied—a situation that has been exacerbated by a corporate […]
I was a guest on The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow to talk about protests, riots and strikes from Los Angeles to the Paris suburbs, why revolt is hard to stick back in the bottle, and the difficulties of “hope” in 2019.
I joined former UK Labour leader (and also my colleague as a former Nation intern) Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd on their “Reasons to be Cheerful” podcast to discuss protest, or as they put it: Hello! It’s 50 years since 1968, next year it will be 200 since the Peterloo massacre, so we are discussing […]
I joined the good folks at Better Off Red to talk about #MeToo, or as they put it: This week we talked to socialist journalist Sarah Jaffe about the U.S. working class—real and perceived. Sarah is the author of Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt (bit.ly/Jaffebook) and the co-host of the Belabored Podcast (bit.ly/BelaboredPod). She’s a […]
I joined Molly Knefel on Radio Dispatch to talk about Rahm Emanuel’s decision not to run for reelection as Chicago mayor, the roots of today’s teacher strike wave, Americans’ bad historical memory and why more people should read Marx.