What’s work going to look like in the next several decades? Do we even need bosses? An extended interview I did with Nando Vila on his Fusion TV show, Happy Ending. You can watch the full episode of the show (including my appearance in an honest-to-goodness comedy sketchy) at Fusion.
Dorian Warren talks to Sarah Jaffe and Caroline Fredrickson about the some big developments in the labor movement that got buried in a very busy news cycle.
How do you see the future of your work? We’ll discuss all that, and more, on the next episode.
I was a guest on Al Jazeera’s The Stream to talk about Barack Obama’s legacy with some excellent comrades, including Mychal Denzel Smith and Vijay Prashad. Part one, on domestic policy, above (and here), part two on foreign policy (and immigration) here.
When I wrote Necessary Trouble I didn’t really think that anyone outside of the U.S. would care. Then this ridiculous election spun out of control and I started getting requests from other countries’ media. Here’s a couple of spots I did on German public television: one on Marxism in the U.S. and one on Trump v. […]
The excellent Errol Louis at NY1’s Inside City Hall had me on the show to discuss Necessary Trouble.
I joined Thom Hartmann on The Big Picture to talk about Necessary Trouble. Part II here.