Join us January 30th, State of the Union day, for a live recording of the Podcast for Social Research, followed by a live stream of the State of the Union address! Before Trump takes to Congress to deliver his first State of the Union, guests Sarah Jaffe (the Nation Institute) and Kazembe Balagun (Rosa Luxemburg […]
I joined Molly and John to discuss Jet Blue flight attendants’ effort to unionize, and the importance of the Poor People’s Campaign. Also, thoughts on the Golden Globes, and some Baltimore public schools remain without heat.
TalkPoverty Radio is now Off-Kilter. To kick off the inaugural episode, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by Sarah Jaffe, author of Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt, which examines resistance movements in the U.S. and how they have the power to reshape American politics. Next, Ezra Levin of Indivisible talks about what’s next for the movement […]
I rejoined Matthew Filipowicz to discuss protest, organizing and resistance in the age of Trump.
I joined hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola to talk about the first week of resistance against President Donald Trump.
One week into the Trump administration, I joined the Knefels again to talk about resistance, finding cracks in the system, and how not to give your power away.
In case you missed our excellent appearance in Providence, RI, now you can hear my conversation with comrade Daniel Denvir on his new podcast, The Dig.
I talked Necessary Trouble with Heath Brown on the New Books in Political Science podcast.
Necessary Trouble is excerpted in the Winter “Chaos” issue of Bitch magazine, and I was also a guest on the magazine’s Popaganda podcast. Check it out.
On the evening after T-day (the election of Donald Trump, I should clarify) I chatted with Michal Rozworski about what happened, what laid the groundwork, what comes next. I still felt gobsmacked but tried to sort through some of it for his listeners, who are mostly in Canada. He titled it “Don’t Mourn, Organize!” though I […]