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From the Ashes: Grief and Revolution in a World on Fire, September 10, 2024.

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Work Won’t Love You Back, January 26, 2021.

from Bold Type Books

Labor in the Time of Trump, January 15, 2020.

Contributor, "Whose Class Is It Anyway? The 'White Working Class' and the Myth of Trump

Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America, October 2017.

Contributor, "Donald Trump's War on the Working Class"

Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt, August 23, 2016 from Nation Books.

Beautiful Trouble, from OR Books, April 2012.

contributor

Tales of Two Cities, from OR Books, September 2014.

"A Block Divided Against Itself."

AlterNet

Anti-Foreclosure Activists Put BlackRock in a Hard Place, , October 30, 2013.

6 Ways to Juice Up the Labor Movement, , December 23, 2012.

How Organizing for Change is Very Different From Winning Elections, , November 26, 2012.

JPMorgan Chase’s Debt Collection Agency’s Sleazy Tactics to Squeeze Student Loan Debtors of Their Last Cash, , October 12, 2012.

Report: While American Families Lost a Ton of Wealth in the Crash, Members of Congress Did Just Fine, , October 9, 2012.

Why Mitt Romney Is Losing Ohio, , September 27, 2012.

6 Major Reasons You Should Care About the Labor Battles in Professional Sports, , September 25, 2012.

It’s Alive! Occupy Actions Across the Country Show the Movement’s Impact, , September 17, 2012.

Occupy Homes, Others Demand Foreclosure Action at Freddie Mac Chicago Headquarters, , September 10, 2012.

Top Progressive Senator Shares What It’s Like to Fight Against $15 Million Deluge in Right-Wing Election Money, , September 10, 2012.

Low Benefits, Temporary Jobs: Work Is Getting Worse, But Hope for Labor Rights Is Emerging from a Surprising Place, , August 28, 2012.

“The Chief of Police Stepped On Me and Then He Charged Me With Rioting”: Activists Face Jail Time for Defending Homes, , August 21, 2012.

“We Have No Choice But to Step Up”: Youth Activists Come Together to Build a Movement for Student Power, , August 16, 2012.

Richard D. Wolff: Can We Remake Our Workplaces To Be More Democratic?, , August 11, 2012.

6 Things You Should Know About the $21 Trillion the World’s Richest People Are Hiding In Tax Shelters, , July 25, 2012.

The Whistleblower’s Tale: Countrywide Investigator Fired for Doing Her Job While Rampant Fraud Was Concealed, , July 19, 2012.

New York Activists Blockade Foreclosure Auctions to Stop Banks Selling Homes, , July 15, 2012.

Destroying Communities, Abusing Workers: What’s (Still) The Matter With Wal-Mart<, , July 5, 2012.

Corporate Profits at an All-Time High, Wages at All-Time Low; Can We Call It Class War Yet?, , June 29, 2012.

6 Ways the Big Banks are Getting Back-Door Bailouts and Making Big Money from Taxpayers, , June 28, 2012.

Wisconsin’s Recall Drama Down to Nail-Biting Finish, , June 3, 2012.

One Homeowner’s Uphill Battle with Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs Shows How Badly the Courts are Stacked Against Ordinary People, , May 28, 2012.

Morgan Stanley Shareholder Meeting Mic-Checked, Protesters Demand Accountability From Multimillionaire CEO, , May 15, 2012.

What Occupiers Learned from Obama, And What He Should Learn From Them, , May 13, 2012.

“Tuition Fees are Class War!” CUNY Brooklyn College Students Roughed Up By Police For Demanding Fairer Treatment, , May 3, 2012.

“Festive, Righteous Anger”: Occupy Makes May Day Comeback with Massive Demonstrations, , May 1, 2012.

Taking Back May Day: What To Expect on the Nationwide Day of Rallies, Strikes and Actions, , April 29, 2012.

Wall Street-Inflated Student Debt Bubble Hits $1 Trillion, Debtors Rally for Relief, , April 25, 2012.

Labor Unions’ Fight for the 99% Goes Way Beyond Raising Campaign Dollars, , April 22, 2012.

Romney Celebrates with Trump as Working New Yorkers Rally Against Rich Tax Dodgers, , April 18, 2012.

How Occupy Wall Street Plans to Take Down Bank of America, And How You Can Help, , April 8, 2012.

Corporate Cash Streams Into Ohio to Unseat Senator Sherrod Brown, , April 6, 2012.

Fired for a Short Skirt? The Realities of Anti-Worker Laws in Wisconsin and Ohio, , March 26, 2012.

As TV Production Companies Rake In Profits, Employees Fight Wage Theft, Form Unions, , March 26, 2012.

Darrell Issa Holds Another All-Male Panel in Brooklyn, This Time on Foreclosures; Gets Mic-Checked, , March 19, 2012.

Advertising Firm Using Homeless People to Provide Wireless Internet at South by Southwest, , March 12, 2012.

How FreshDirect Delivers Misery Along With Your Groceries, And How Workers and the Community Are Fighting Back, , March 4, 2012.

How Financial Crisis, Economic Inequality, Social Media and More Brought Revolutions in 2011 And Changed Us Forever, , February 27, 2012.

Interview with Paul Mason

New Georgia Bill Includes $10,000 Fine, Felony For “Conspiracy” for Picketing, Protest, , February 23, 2012.

How the Wisconsin Uprising Changed America and Why Its Renegade Politics are Here to Stay, , February 21, 2012.

Interview with John Nichols

How Rick Santorum Stokes Race and Class Anxieties to Win Unlikely Primary Victories, , February 8, 2012.

6 Things You Should Know about Arizona’s Worse-Than-Wisconsin Attack on Public Workers, , February 5, 2012.

The Right-Wing Zombie Lie About Public Workers That Just Won’t Die, , February 2, 2012.

Time to Break Up Zombie Bank of America?, , January 26, 2012.

$422,320 for a College Degree? With Tuition Skyrocketing, It is Time to Rethink Higher Education, , January 16, 2012.

As Occupy Wall Street Has Changed Protest Dynamics, Vibrant Groups Like United Students Against Sweatshops are Back in the Forefront, , January 15, 2012.

The 99% Versus Wall Street: Stephen Lerner on How We Can Mobilize To Be the Greedy 1%’s Worst Nightmare, , December 22, 2011.

Democrats are Still Compromising Away Women’s Rights: What’s Wrong with the Pro-Choice Movement’s Strategy?, , December 20, 2011.

Finally, Higher Taxes for the 1%: Is Occupy Behind Governors’ Moves to Make the Wealthy Pay Their Share?, , December 8, 2011.

Hazmat Suits to Break Up Occupations? How Mayors Feign Concern for Health to Trash a Growing Movement, , December 4, 2011.

The Power of Occupy Wall Street is Not Just What They’re Doing But How They’re Doing It, , November 29, 2011.

Meet 5 Big Lenders Profiting from the $1 Trillion Student Debt Bubble (Hint: You Know Some of Them Already), , November 28, 2011.

Occupy the NYSE: Huge Crowd Overwhelms Financial District to Kick Off OWS Day of Action, , November 17, 2011.

Undaunted by Crackdown, Occupy Wall Street and New York Activists Plan Massive Day of Action, , November 16, 2011.

Move Your Money Day a Success; Over $50 Million Withdrawn From Big Banks, , November 8, 2011.

Debtor’s Revolution: Are Debt Strikes Another Possible Tactic in the Fight Against the Big Banks?, , November 3, 2011.

Biometric Door Locks and Bulletproof Windows: How Occupy Wall Street is Scaring the Heck out of the 1%, , November 1, 2011.

Which Bank is Worst for America? 5 Behemoths that Hold Our Political System Hostage, , October 19, 2011.

with Joshua Holland

Activists in New York Target “Governor 1%”: Cuomo Under Fire for Refusing to Extend Millionaire’s Tax, , October 19, 2011.

Are Jobs on Their Way to Becoming Obsolete? And Is That a Good Thing?, , September 12, 2011.

Lady Gaga: Pop Star for a Country and an Empire in Decline, , July 26, 2010.

Bookforum

Mourning Routine: Namwali Serpell’s novel of family, grief, and storytelling, , Sep/Oct/Nov 2022.

Steel Away, , March 23, 2021.

The Living Is Easy: Review of Kate Soper’s Post-Growth Living, , January 2021.

Automatic for the People: Review of Daniel Susskind’s A World Without Work, , February 2020.

A World to Win, , Summer 2019.

A World to Win: Review of Aaron Bastani’s Fully Automated Luxury Communism, , Summer 2019.

Whose Streets? The history and future of activism in America, , February/March 2017.

Capital New York

Dame Magazine

With Nixon as Challenger, Cuomo Once Again Feints Left. It Might Not Work., , May 9, 2018.

Who’s protecting home-care workers in the #MeToo era?, , April 3, 2018.

Donald Trump’s War on the Working Class, , October 5, 2017.

Excerpt from Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance and Revolution in Trump's America anthology.

Are we still suffering the fallout of the New Deal?, , August 22, 2016.

Excerpt from Necessary Trouble

Is Foreclosure a Feminist Issue?, , May 26, 2016.

For Sexually Harassed Employees, T-Mobile Has Terrible Service, , October 23, 2015.

Underpaid Labor is Nothing to Cheer About, , September 29, 2015.

Is There Such Thing as a Dream Job?, , September 1, 2015.

What have we learned from Ferguson?, , August 11, 2015.

Politicians are not our friends, , July 24, 2015.

Why Are U.S. Women’s World Cup Champs Paid Like Chumps?, , July 7, 2015.

The Last Thing White Women Need Is a Dylann Roof, , June 29, 2015.

When Will We Stop Exploiting Home Care Workers?, , May 15, 2015.

What’s the Real Reason Behind Walmart’s Store Shutdowns?, , April 28, 2015.

Glass Ceiling? Some of Us Are Still Trying to Earn a Living Wage, , April 14, 2015.

Are We Mistaking Feelings for Politics?, , March 10, 2015.

Feel Trapped in Your Job? That’s Because You Are, , February 16, 2015.

Dissent

Bloody Sunday at Fifty, , Spring 2022.

We Loved Each Other Too Much, , Winter 2022.

A review of Sally Rooney's Beautiful World, Where Are You?

The Politics of Protection, , November 22, 2021.

Will the PRO Act Hurt Freelancers?, , March 23, 2021.

Emotions on Strike, , Winter 2021.

The Union Drive at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, , June 16, 2020.

A Minneapolis Worker Center Becomes a Hub of Protest, , June 5, 2020.

As Florida Reopens, the Health Crisis in Immokalee Deepens, , May 29, 2020.

Belabored Podcast #198: Not Safe to Work, , May 22, 2020.

Belabored Stories: What Happened to Kroger’s Hero Pay, , May 14, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Sephora Makes Plans to Reopen, , May 8, 2020.

Belabored Podcast #197: Food Workers and the Virus, , May 8, 2020.

Belabored Stories: NYU Teaching Assistants Are on a Sick-Out, , May 7, 2020.

Belabored Stories: “I Was Trying To Be an Ethical and Responsible Healthcare Worker”, , May 5, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Weary at Walmart, , May 1, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Postmates Drivers are Refusing All Chipotle Deliveries, , April 30, 2020.

Belabored Podcast #196: How the Pandemic Will Change Labor, with Bill Fletcher, Jr., , April 24, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Cramped at the Call Center, , April 21, 2020.

Belabored Stories: What if Nurses Ran the Healthcare System?, , April 17, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Farmworkers Need Field Hospitals, , April 15, 2020.

Belabored Stories: A Healthcare Worker Day of Action, , April 14, 2020.

Belabored Stories: “Please Stay Safe”, , April 13, 2020.

Belabored Stories: On the Picket Line for Ventilators, , April 9, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Education at a Distance, , April 8, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Will Workers’ Gains Outlive the Crisis?, , April 7, 2020.

Belabored Stories: The Dangers of Sanitation Work, , April 6, 2020.

Belabored Stories: What It’s Like to File for Unemployment, , April 3, 2020.

Social Reproduction and the Pandemic, with Tithi Bhattacharya, , April 2, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Someday the Museums Will Reopen, , March 30, 2020.

Belabored Stories: “Let’s Shut it Down”, , March 27, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Masks Make the Customers Nervous, , March 26, 2020.

Belabored Stories: Who Counts as Essential?, , March 24, 2020.

Reclaim Our Homes, , March 20, 2020.

Belabored Podcast #193: Work in the Time of Coronavirus, , March 14, 2020.

Booked: James Connolly’s Irish Socialism, with Shaun Harkin, , June 21, 2018.

The Collective Power of #Metoo, , Spring 2018.

West Virginia Teachers Walk Out, , February 23, 2018.

Peace on Paper, , November 10, 2017.

Zombie Neoliberalism, , Fall 2017.

The Next Operation Dixie, , Summer 2017.

Conversation with Juan Miranda, Eric Robertson and Sandra Williams.

Why the U.S. Women’s Hockey Players Are Planning to Strike, , March 17, 2017.

Introduction: No Retreat, , Winter 2017.

Introduction to the Future of Work section, co-written (and co-edited) with Natasha Lewis

Learning from the Rank and File: An Interview with Barbara Madeloni, , Winter 2017.

Whose Homes?, , August 24, 2016.

Excerpt from Necessary Trouble

The Women of the Easter Rising, , Summer 2016.

A Tour of the American Left, Interview with Daniel Oppenheimer, , February 9, 2016.

David Bowie Was Our Mirror, , January 11, 2016.

Why Feminism Needs Punk, , Spring 2015.

Brooklyn Tenants Revolt, , Winter 2015.

Trickle-Down Feminism, , Winter 2013.

The People’s LRAD, , June 1, 2012.

In These Times

Students, Gaza and a New Vision of Safety, , June 10, 2024.

Tennessee’s Governor Subverted Police Reforms After the Killing of Tyre Nichols, , May 28, 2024.

In Tough Loss, the High-Profile UAW Campaign at Mercedes-Benz in Alabama Falls Short, , May 17, 2024.

A 32-Hour Workweek Is Ours for the Taking, , April 2, 2024.

The Most Important Labor Story Right Now Is in Minnesota—It Might Be the Model We All Need, , March 2, 2024.

A Long History of Antifascism Is Driving the Jewish Demand for Gaza Cease-Fire, , December 15, 2023.

The Hard Head and Wild Heart of Barbara Ehrenreich, , March 7, 2023.

This Valentine’s Day, Let’s Look to Marxists to Reimagine Love, Romance and Sex, , February 13, 2023.

David Bowie’s Radicalism, , September 24, 2014.

The Bad Boss Tax, , July 21, 2014.

The Right to Parent, Even If You Are Poor, , July 16, 2014.

Why Harris and Hobby Lobby Spell Disaster for Working Women, , June 30, 2014.

In Upset, Reform Candidate Wins Massachusetts Teachers Association Presidency, , May 13, 2014.

The Rise of the Digital Proletariat: Interview with Astra Taylor, , April 18, 2014.

Teachers’ Strikes, Catching Fire, , March 26, 2014.

The End of Jobs?, , March 21, 2014.

Care Before Profit? Nurses Get Radical in Fight to Save Brooklyn Hospitals, , March 11, 2014.

The Third Party That’s Winning, , March 3, 2014.

New Report: Port Trucking Companies Steal More Than $1 Billion in Wages From Drivers, , February 19, 2014.

Massachusetts Teachers Aim To Knock Down ‘Data Walls’, , February 12, 2014.

Single Payer Rises Again, , February 3, 2014.

How Walmart Organizers Turned the Internet Into a Shop Floor, , January 16, 2014.

Forever Temp?, , January 6, 2014.

Why Port Truckers are Striking: 12-hour Shifts, Noxious Fumes and $12.90 Paychecks, , November 18, 2013.

Whose Recovery? A year after Hurricane Sandy, , October 29, 2013.

The New Populists, , October 21, 2013.

How Young is Too Young for Standardized Tests? A (5) B (Never), , October 15, 2013.

Tipping is Bad, but No Tips Might Be Worse, , September 4, 2013.

Overriding Bloomberg’s Vetoes, New York City Council Bans NYPD Racial Profiling, , August 22, 2013.

John Lewis’s Advice for Young Activists: March, , August 13, 2013.

Opting for Free Time, , August 12, 2013.

Young Activists Occupy Florida Capitol, Demand Justice for Trayvon, , July 25, 2013.

Justice for Trayvon, , July 15, 2013.

Taking the Caring Out of Teaching, , July 4, 2013.

Bad Green Jobs, , May 27, 2013.

Sharecropping on Wheels, , May 15, 2013.

Overworking Women: How Long Hours Lead to Gender-Segregated Jobs, , April 24, 2013.

Grin and Abhor It: The Truth Behind “Service With a Smile”, , February 4, 2013.

Hyatt Surveils its Workers Via iPods, , October 24, 2012.

Red Squares Everywhere, , July 9, 2012.

Interviews for Resistance

Disrupting education for fake free speech, with Thomas Gunderson, , October 25, 2017.

Moyers & Company, Truthout, The Progressive.

Organizing for no more Harvey Weinsteins, with Mariame Kaba and Shira Hassan, , October 18, 2017.

Truthout., The Progressive, In These Times.

Taking a knee for the Right to Know Act, with Victoria Davis and Victor Dempsey, , October 13, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler, The Progressive, Moyers & Company.

Turning up for DACA recipients, with Ricardo Aca, , October 11, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout.

Clipping the hedge funds that own Puerto Rico’s debt, with Jonathan Westin., , October 11, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, Moyers & Company, In These Times.

Challenging the frame around gun violence, with Patrick Blanchfield, , October 8, 2017.

The Baffler, Truthout, The Progressive.

Tax policy matters, with Marshall Steinbaum, , October 6, 2017.

Moyers & Company, The Progressive, Truthout.

Puerto Rico’s short-term and long-term crises, with Javier Morillo, , September 28, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times, The Baffler.

Connecting the dots between healthcare and climate justice, with Dotty Nygard and Rhonda Risner, , September 28, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, Moyers & Company.

Marching with the Juggalos, disrupting Trumpcare with Allison Hrabar, , September 21, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times.

Creating a sanctuary union, with George Miranda, , September 19, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, Moyers & Company, In These Times.

Living socialism in Houston, with Amy Zachmeyer, , September 18, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive.

The long history of antifa, with Mark Bray, , September 17, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times.

Defending DACA, with Alan and Renee, , September 7, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, Moyers & Company, The Progressive.

Defending Immigrants, Rebuilding Texas, with Greg Casar, , September 5, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times.

Mapping the power behind Trumpism, with Molly Gott, , September 1, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler.

After Arpaio, what next for Arizona? With Alejandra Gomez, , August 30, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times.

A People’s Congress of Resistance, with Jodi Dean and Brian Becker, , August 27, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive.

A platform for progress, with Nina Turner, , August 23, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler, In These Times, The Progressive, Moyers & Company.

Pulling down the statues in Durham and everywhere, with Angaza Laughinghouse, , August 17, 2017.

In These Times, The Progressive, The Baffler, Moyers & Company, Truthout.

Defending Charlottesville from White Supremacy, with Lisa Woolfork, , August 15, 2017.

Moyers & Company, The Progressive, The Baffler, Truthout.

Moving pieces for system change, with Jeff Ordower, , August 10, 2017.

Moyers & Company, The Progressive, Truthout.

Postmortem for the GOP’s repeal attempts, with Sarah Christopherson, , August 9, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout.

Fighting the backers of Trump’s agenda, with José Lopez, , August 3, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, The Progressive, Moyers & Company.

Trumpcare is “lipstick on a pig,” with Neil Sealy, , August 2, 2017.

The Progressive.

Killing Trumpcare, building alternatives, with Mari Cordes, , August 1, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, Moyers & Company, In These Times, The Baffler.

All in to stop Trumpcare, with Anastasia Bacigalupo and Lauren Klinkhammer, , July 28, 2017.

Truthout, Moyers & Company.

Protect the most vulnerable, with Sister Simone Campbell, , July 27, 2017.

Moyers & Company, The Progressive, The Baffler, Truthout.

Healthcare as a moral issue, with Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, , July 24, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, In These Times.

Fighting for healthcare in coal country, with Gary Zuckett, , July 18, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, The Baffler, Moyers & Company.

Getting through to the Senate to defeat Trumpcare, with Jaron Benjamin, , July 13, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive.

Shutting down white supremacy in Charlottesville, with Laura Goldblatt and Mimi Arbeit, , July 12, 2017.

Moyers & Company, Truthout, The Baffler.

ADAPT and resist, with Bruce Darling, , July 11, 2017.

Moyers & Company, Truthout, In These Times, The Progressive.

Healthcare for the heartland, with Jesse Myerson, , July 5, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, Moyers & Company, In These Times.

Rising out of poverty, with Annie Chambers, Rachel West and Pat Gowens, , June 30, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler, The Progressive, In These Times.

Challenging Paul Ryan on his home turf, with Randy Bryce, , June 28, 2017.

The Baffler., The Progressive, In These Times.

Fighting no-show Senators for healthcare, with Autumn Zemke, , June 22, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, The Progressive, Moyers & Company, The Baffler.

40 acres for liberation, with Chinyere Tutashinda, , June 21, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, The Baffler, The Progressive, Moyers & Company.

Stopping Trumpcare wherever you are, with Angel Padilla, , June 14, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, Moyers & Company, The Progressive, The Baffler.

No is not enough, with Naomi Klein, , June 12, 2017.

The Progressive, The Baffler, Truthout, In These Times, Moyers & Company.

Knock every door, talk to everyone, with Becky Bond, , June 8, 2017.

The Baffler, Truthout, Moyers & Company., In These Times., The Progressive.

A unified working class movement, with Nijmie Dzurinko, , June 6, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times.

An equitable infrastructure plan, with Bishop Dwayne Royster, , June 1, 2017.

In These Times, The Baffler, Truthout

Listening to the picket line, with Cecilia Aldarondo, , May 30, 2017.

Truthout, The Progressive, The Baffler.

Resistance or revolution, with James Hayes, , May 27, 2017.

The Baffler, Truthout, In These Times.

The family leave shell game, with Ellen Bravo, , May 25, 2017.

the Baffler, Truthout, In These Times, Moyers & Company.

The optics of education, with Elijah Armstrong, , May 23, 2017.

The Progressive, The Baffler, Truthout, In These Times.

Bird-dogging for healthcare, with Jennifer Flynn, , May 22, 2017.

The Progressive, The Baffler, Truthout, In These Times.

Beating the Muslim Ban, with Bhairavi Desai, , February 16, 2017.

The Progressive, Truthout, In These Times, The Baffler.

Breaking the deportation machine, with Maria Castro, , February 14, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, Moyers & Company, The Baffler.

Criminalizing dissent in “middle America,” with David Goodner, , February 9, 2017.

The Baffler, Truthout

Standing Rock is everywhere, with Judith LeBlanc, , February 7, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, The Baffler, The Progressive, Moyers & Company

Teaching to resist, with Jesse Hagopian, , January 31, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times, The Baffler, The Progressive.

Refugees are welcome here, with Daniel Altschuler of Make the Road NY, , January 28, 2017.

In These Times, Truthout, The Baffler, The Progressive.

Nothing to lose but our chains, with Biola Jeje, , January 26, 2017.

The Baffler, Truthout, The Progressive.

Striking against Trump, with Luciano Balbuena and Veronica Mendez Moore, , January 24, 2017.

In These Times, Truthout, The Baffler.

#DisruptJ20, with Legba Carrefour, , January 19, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler

Women strike the inauguration, with Erin Mahoney, , January 17, 2017.

In These Times, Truthout, The Baffler.

Universal healthcare and a world without prisons, with Mariame Kaba, , January 13, 2017.

Truthout, In These Times

How to be Ungovernable in 2017, with Kali Akuno, , January 13, 2017.

Truthout, The Baffler, Moyers & Company

New York Times

The Exhilaration of Revolt, , December 28, 2018.

Writing the Unions’ ‘Fight-or-Die Survival Chapter’, , September 2, 2018.

With Janus, the Court Deals Unions a Crushing Blow. Now What?, , June 27, 2018.

The Rising Ghosts of Labor in the West Virginia Teacher Strike, , March 5, 2018.

The Unexpected Afterlife of American Communism, , June 6, 2017.

The Tooth Divide: Beauty, Class and the Story of Dentistry, , March 23, 2017.

The Resistance Begins, , January 20, 2017.

The Democrats’ Deadly Error, , November 9, 2016.

Review: Carrie Brownstein’s ‘Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl’, , November 20, 2015.

Rewire

‘Sheer Joy’: Ireland Will Have Free Abortion Care on January 1, , December 17, 2018.

Ireland Votes to Legalize Abortion. What Comes Next?, , May 26, 2018.

On the Ground in Ireland: Fighting to Repeal Abortion Ban, , May 23, 2018.

‘Repeal the Eighth’: Abortion Could Soon Be Decriminalized in Ireland, , May 22, 2018.

New York’s Governor is Playing Politics with Women’s Equality, , July 30, 2014.

Don’t Tell Me It’s Not All Men, , May 30, 2014.

What Sandy Wrought, Part 2: In the Wake of Disaster, Reproductive Health Care Falls By the Wayside, , October 2, 2013.

What Sandy Wrought Part 1: Healthcare Crises Remain a Year After the Storm, , September 30, 2013.

Paid Sick Leave Pays for Itself, So Why is NYC’s Mayoral Hopeful Blocking It?, , February 26, 2013.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Says He Wants to Pass the Reproductive Health Act. But Does He Really Mean It?, , February 13, 2013.

Salon

Scott Walker Pushes Through Right-to-Work Law and Labor Takes Another Hit, , March 10, 2015.

It’s time to take back “moral” language from the right: New York adopts Moral Mondays from North Carolina, , March 9, 2015.

“This victory belongs to all of us”: How teacher Agustin Morales got his job back, , December 9, 2014.

Black poverty is state violence, too: Why the movements for criminal justice and living wages are uniting, , December 5, 2014.

“Poster child for tenure”: why teacher Agustin Morales really lost his job, , October 13, 2014.

“You see this? You see this?” Why videos of police misconduct are no panacea, , October 10, 2014.

Bank of America’s horrid customer service scandal, , October 9, 2014.

John Crawford supporters occupying Beavercreek police station, , October 6, 2014.

John Crawford supporters to protest at Walmart, , October 3, 2014.

The Bad Black Mother Myth, , August 6, 2014.

Scratch

The American Prospect

The Urge to Surge, , June 7, 2024.

Making Paid Sick Time a Reality, , February 6, 2023.

A Four-Day Week at Five Days’ Pay, , August 2022.

Tug Life, , April 6, 2022.

Nina Turner Is Reaching Forward and Reaching Back, , July 1, 2021.

The Fight for $15 Confronts the ‘Labor Shortage’ Narrative, , May 19, 2021.

Worker Centers: Where Causes Cohere, and Forge Power, , April 21, 2021.

Union Bargaining at a Podcasting Giant, , March 11, 2021.

Why Americans Need Paid Sick Leave, , October 20, 2020.

Paying Off Your Paid Leave, , May 14, 2020.

Across Britain, Labour Activists Hit the Doorsteps for Votes, , December 11, 2019.

Labour Activists Canvass in the Cold in Britain, , December 4, 2019.

Labour Conference Endorses Radical Policies Ahead of U.K. Elections, , September 27, 2019.

Labour’s Secret Weapon, , September 19, 2019.

A Brexit Diary, , March 13, 2019.

Unions to Banks: Pay Up, , May 9, 2013.

A New Southern Strategy, , March 15, 2010.

The Guardian

The big idea: should we work less?, , October 11, 2021.

Why ‘golden hellos’ won’t sort out Britain’s labour shortage, , August 12, 2021.

Married to the job: how a long-hours working culture keeps people single and lonely, , April 15, 2021.

We need to pay key workers with more than just gratitude, , January 27, 2021.

Home care workers have our lives in their hands. They’re paid only $10 an hour, , July 13, 2017.

‘The swamp is Goldman Sachs’: how the bank is rewarded for putting profits over people, , January 18, 2017.

‘We Won’t Pay’: Students in debt take on for-profit college institution, , February 13, 2015.

It’s time to raise the minimum wage. If Congress would rather suck up to the Koch brothers, we’ll raise it anyway, , September 2, 2014.

Silicon Valley’s gig economy is not the future of work – it’s driving down wages, , July 23, 2014.

After Sandy, Disaster Response Needs Not Less Government, But Better, , November 6, 2012.

The Nation

Clocking Out: Jenny Odell’s search for a new kind of time., , April 18, 2023.

Candids: The Art of Vivian Maier, , June 13/20, 2022 Issue.

First, Nurses Saved Our Lives—Now They’re Saving Our Health Care, , February 22 issue.

How the New York City School System Failed the Test of Covid-19, , June 16, 2020.

‘Horror Story After Horror Story’: A Frontline Nurse Discusses the Crisis, , March 26, 2020.

Sara Nelson Says People Are Ready for Solidarity, , March 18, 2020.

Sara Nelson is Not Afraid to Strike Back, , May 10, 2019.

What Rydell High School Can Teach Us about the LA Teachers Strike, , February 7, 2019.

‘This Is Much Bigger than Us, Than Our Union, Even Than Our City’, , January 23, 2019.

The Radical Organizing That Paved the Way for LA’s Teachers’ Strike, , January 19, 2019.

‘This Model of Education Is Not Sustainable’, , January 15, 2019.

 Back at the Carrier Plant, Workers Are Still Fighting on Their Own, , April 20, 2017.

Zephyr Teachout Is Battling Big Money and Cynicism in One of This Year’s Tightest Congressional Races, , October 25, 2016.

In GOP Country, a Small Labor Organization Offers a Model for Fighting Trumpism, , October 4, 2016.

This Group Pioneered the Fight for $15. Can They Transform the Fight for Affordable Housing Too?, , July 5, 2016.

What a Band of 20th Century Alabama Communists can Teach Black Lives Matter and the Offspring of Occupy, , August 31, 2015.

How Andrew Cuomo Sold Out New York City Renters To a Pack of Wealthy Landlords, , June 25, 2015.

Can Kshama Sawant Build an Actual Socialist City in America?, , June 17, 2015.

How 262 Cable Technicians Defeated a Union-Busting Giant, , February 23, 2015.

Can a Progressive Mayor Govern New York City?, , January 21, 2015.

The Curve: How to End the Criminalization of America’s Mothers, , August 21, 2014.

with Kathy Geier, Mariame Kaba and Randy Albelda

How Zephyr Teachout Became a Contender, , August 15, 2014.

Nikki Haley: A New Face for Old Politics in South Carolina, , November 1, 2010.

Has Labor Been Left Hanging?, , August 17, 2009.

Nurses Are Striking Across the Country Over Patient Safety, .

with C.M. Lewis

The New Republic

The Country That Could Not Mourn, , September 23, 2022.

The Post-Pandemic Future of Work, , May 1, 2020.

The Last Stand in Lordstown, , October 23, 2019.

The Road Not Taken, , June 24, 2019.

Power Plays in the Anti-Semitic Blame Game, , May 6, 2019.

Family Values, , May 30, 2018.

The Struggle to Stay Middle Class, , April 26, 2018.

Why teachers are adopting a more militant politics, , April 18, 2018.

A Party Within the Democratic Party, , March 14, 2018.

The Gun Control Fight Is a Fight For Equality, , March 2, 2018.

The New Working Class, , February 22, 2018.

How to Halt Labor’s Slow Death, , February 16, 2018.

How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s War on “Welfare”, , January 31, 2018.

Ending Harassment Won’t End Romance, , January 9, 2018.

Consider the Flight Attendant, , December 21, 2017.

Trump’s Sham Populism, , December 5, 2017.

There Are No Safe Spaces, , November 24, 2017.

Bernie Sanders Isn’t Winning Local Elections for the Left, , October 13, 2017.

Socialized Medicine Won the Healthcare Debate, , September 29, 2017.

Solidarity after the storms, , September 15, 2017.

Trump Already Has a Wall: It’s the Thin Blue Line, , September 1, 2017.

The New Normal of U.S. Politics, , August 18, 2017.

“It Will Feel Like Bernie Winning the Election”, , June 5, 2017.

Welcome to the Occupations, , October 6, 2016.

Feminism For Sale, , April 25, 2016.

Anne-Marie Slaughter Says You Should Work Less—But Some Don’t Have That Luxury, , September 23, 2015.

The Progressive

Work Won’t Love You Back: Coming Apart at the Seams, , May 3, 2024.

Work Won’t Love You Back: When Workers Decide What to Make, , February 28, 2024.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired, , December 19, 2023.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Forget About the Fandom; 
Focus on the Movement, , September 26, 2023.

Work Won’t Love You Back: The Intersection of Climate Crises and a Broken Immigration System, , August 15, 2023.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Every Drag Performer Is an Organizer, , June 30, 2023.

Work Won’t Love You Back: We Were Warned, , April/May 2023.

After a Union Election Victory Comes the Hard Part, , February 20, 2023.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Recruiting From Below, , December 2022/January 2023.

Labor Rising: Is the working class experiencing a new CIO moment?, , October/November 2022.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Reproductive Health Workers Have Rights, Too, , August/September 2022.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Service Workers Are Still Reeling, , June 22, 2022.

Work Won’t Love You Back: What Teachers Can Teach Us About Work, , April/May 2021.

Work Won’t Love You Back: Wanted: An Anti-Work Movement, , February 15, 2022.

Work Won’t Love You Back: A Transformative Time for Workers, , November 29, 2021.

The Power and Promise of Organizing, , October 4, 2021.

Despite Trump’s ‘Jobs, Jobs, Jobs’ Bluster, the Rust Belt Is Still Reeling from Plant Closures, , October 7, 2020.

U.S. Capitalism Is in Total Meltdown, , July 22, 2020.

We Need More Care, Not More Cops, , June 9, 2020.

Mourning and Organizing, , May 28, 2020.

The Growing Power of West Virginia’s Teachers, , May 16, 2020.

How Workers Can Win in the Age of COVID-19, , May 1, 2020.

Workers Should Shape the COVID-19 Recovery, , April 14, 2020.

VA Staffers Struggle with Equipment and Coronavirus Testing Shortages, , April 3, 2020.

We Can Build a Better World After COVID-19, , March 24, 2020.

Candidate Rasheen Aldridge on Self-Care as Social Justice, , October 31, 2019.

How Chicago Teachers Built Power Between Strikes, , October 22, 2019.

The Return of the Strike, , October 8, 2019.

The Four-Day Work Week—Not Just a Daydream, , September 25, 2019.

How Did Boris Go so Wrong?, , September 10, 2019.

As the World Burns, , August 28, 2019.

Bad Boss Trump, the Great Organizer, , August 14, 2019.

The Politics of Petulance, from Donald Trump to Boris Johnson, , August 1, 2019.

The Real Trouble with Ilhan Omar, , July 19, 2019.

What U.S. Activists Can Learn from Jeremy Corbyn, , April/May 2018.

‘You’re Fired!’ The Abuses of ‘Skilled’ Worker Visa Programs, , February 22, 2017.

‘We Triggered Something Epic’: Naquasia LeGrand & the Fight for $15, , August 8, 2016.

‘People Are Really Responding’: An Interview with Labor Leader Bob Master, , July 22, 2016.

Why the Verizon Worker’s Victory is A Big Deal, , May 31, 2016.

‘You’re Fired!’ The Abuses of ‘Skilled’ Worker Visa Programs, , February 22, 2016.

When Students Go On Strike For Their Schools, , January 2, 2015.

Sandy’s Nurses, , Winter 2014.

An Interview With Chris Hayes, , March 14, 2013.

Truthout

Graduate Student Workers Organize Against Sexual Harassment on Campus, , July 30, 2018.

Impending Chicago Teachers’ Strike Adds Power to Nationwide Movements Against Inequality and Racism, , December 18, 2015.

Black Labor Organizers Urge AFL-CIO to Reexamine its Ties to the Police, , August 13, 2015.

Workers Confront Walmart Executives at Star-Studded Company Event, , June 8, 2015.

The resurgence of the public education nation, , October 17, 2014.

Naomi Klein: Cause of the climate crisis, “Capitalism is stupid”, , September 25, 2014.

The Fight for Universal Pre-K: New York Charts a Checkered Path Toward Equal Early Education, , September 3, 2014.

Post-Occupied, , May 1, 2014.

The Ladydrawers: Being of Service, , July 9, 2013.

Sadism as Politics: On Rick Perry, Paul Ryan, Anti-Abortion Politics, Power and Kicking the Poor, , July 1, 2013.

Scahill: Dirty Wars Institutionalized Despite Obama Promises, , May 28, 2013.

Fast-Food Workers Ride Crest of “Simmering Strike Wave” Sweeping Nation, , December 11, 2012.

Community Organizers Fill a Large Gap in Superstorm Sandy Relief, but It’s Not Enough, , November 6, 2012.

Dream Defenders Challenge Candidates to Tackle the War on Youth in Next Debate, , October 19, 2012.

Washington Post

The People Power Behind Sanders’ Debt Cancellation Plan, , June 26, 2019.

What is power — and how can you get it?, , May 12, 2017.

Echoes of Vietnam-era protests in today’s demonstrations, , February 2, 2017.

Review of Tom Hayden's "Hell No"

#DeleteUber is introducing a new generation to the horror of scabbing, , February 1, 2017.

The Sanders campaign is over. The political revolution is not., , August 22, 2016.

Journalists’ and activists’ strange approach to low-wage workers, , March 19, 2014.

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