By Jeremy Brecher, original published by Labor Network for Sustainability in April 2019, https://www.labor4sustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/QA1.pdf >
An interview with Jeremy Brecher by Jacobin Magazine (www.jacobinmag.com) on 24 April 2019, https://www.jacobinmag.com/2019/04/strike-jeremy-brecher-interview-teachers If workers refuse to work, the bosses can’t produce anything. If soldiers refuse to fight, the generals can’t wage wars. That’s the power of a strike. Stop & Shop carts sit in an empty parking lot outside of one of… Read More »
by Jeremy Brecher, published on Inequality.org 18 March 2019, https://inequality.org/research/the-green-new-deal-a-strategy-for-a-more-equal-united-states/ The Green New Deal often gets portrayed as simply a program for climate protection. But the Green New Deal — as proposed in a new congressional resolution from Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Ed Markey — stands just as boldly as a strategy to… Read More »
First in the Humanities Truck Lecture Series. Jeremy Brecher is asked to share his experiences during 50 years of researching, studying, and writing about labor history, activism, and the working population.