Just a few days after voting closes, historian Robin D. G. Kelley will join Sarah Jaffe and Michelle Chen, co-hosts of Dissent’s Belabored podcast, and Steven Pitts, host of the Black Work Talk podcast on Organizing Upgrade, to discuss the effort, its import, and what it has to say about the state of the Black working class today.
I joined Nima and Adam at Citations Needed podcast to talk about the media’s obsession with youth, achievement, and weird capitalist metrics of the good life and how toxic it all is. Enjoy!
As part of Red May, we’re interviewing Cal Winslow about his excellent book Radical Seattle: The General Strike of 1919. 6pm Seattle time, 9pm Eastern, click the link above to watch! And find more Red May here.
I joined LaborWave Radio podcast to talk about labor organizing and worker militancy amid a plague on this troubled day of celebration, May Day.
I joined Radio Dispatch to talk about Brexit and the upcoming UK elections, teacher strikes, autoworker strikes, and witches!
At The World Transformed in September I sat down with James Butler to compare the current situation of left movements in the US and the UK and the links between organised labour and party politics both here and in the US.
I sat down, along with comrade Ajay Chaudhary, with the good folks at TWT.FM at The World Transformed conference, and we talked about how far too many people think that The Workers are always some Other over there, and often project their worst traits onto them.
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.