Discussing women in the Tea Party movement with Sarah Posner.
Comics are used in a variety of ways. They have the ability to create worlds on a page; they cost less than a film or TV crew; and they blend storytelling with images seamlessly in a way that even the best photographs can’t do. This session, presented at the National Conference for Media Reform in […]
Discussing the Ten Worst Governors in America, July 12, 2011.
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.
Obama’s incoherent Middle East / Moral panic in the 1980s / How to build a stadium / Politicians, not friends / Neoliberalism’s edge / Vaporware by gaslight.
I joined This is Hell to talk about the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising with a trip to Ireland, finds the ideas and ideals of the failed revolution still powerful, and still under attack by external forces – this time EU-imposed austerity policies and elite-driven privatization, and sees hopeful signs of an Irish left building […]
I was a guest at the People’s Summit in June of 2016 to talk about media.
With Sarah Jaffe, Mike Shea and Flynn Murray We are witnessing a moment of unprecedented political engagement and social activism. Pundits once fretted about Americans’ apathy, but in the last few years we’ve seen uprisings and protests across the country: the growth of the Tea Party; the successful fight for a $15 minimum wage; a […]
Sarah Jaffe joins Radio Dispatch for the hour to discuss her new book Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt.
Nation Books and Dissent invite you to raise a glass and hear Sarah give a special advance reading from the book, along with readings from some of Sarah’s favorite troublemakers—Melissa Gira Grant, E. Tammy Kim, Victoria Law, and Kate Aronoff.