The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
The Center for Study of Responsive Law celebrated the 50th anniversary year of Ralph Nader’s book Unsafe at Any Speed at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. on May 23-26, 2016
We will soon know the results of the historic Amazon union election in Bessemer, Alabama. Whatever the outcome, though, workers and organizers have already achieved a remarkable feat by breaking the grip of anti-unionism in the South.
The uprising sparked by George Floyd’s death has prompted vows to defund police from officials in New York and Los Angeles, while Minneapolis and Portland’s school systems are moving to end policing in schools.
The corporate takeover of platforms like the World Trade Organization has been denounced by developing countries and activists for decades and today the denunciations are reflected in rebuttals to pro-corporate machinations like those unpacked in this series of presentations at the 2018 World Trade Organization Public Forum Story Transcript LYNN FRIES: It’s The Real News, […]
Retired UAW Leader Frank Hammer talks about why the workers struck, what it means for the union movement, and what this battle means Story Transcript UAW-GM AUTO WORKERS: What do we want? Contracts! When do we want it? Now! [crosstalk] TAMARA ABNEY, GM AUTO WORKER: We want to be paid fairly. We make quality cars […]
Labor activist Paul Prescod gives context to the fight over the future of the post office. Story Transcript This is a rush transcript and may contain errors. It will be updated. Marc Steiner: Welcome to the Real News. I’m Marc Steiner, great to have you all with this once again. Now I really want to […]