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Upcoming Out of Sight Events!

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On August 18, 2015
Two upcoming Out of Sight events for you all. First, my Brooklyn book talk with Sarah Jaffe will be aired on CSPAN2 at 7:45 pm Sunday evening. I warn you, I gesticulate a lot. Don’t get too close to your television set. If you don’t have cable, it should be on the CSPAN BookTV website […]

In Sight

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On July 30, 2015

The Times has a piece up today on a point I made at last night’s Out of Sight event–the power of video technology to stir outrage is tremendous. Police brutality toward people of color is

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Robert Ross has an excellent article on Bangladeshi labor reforms two years after Rana Plaza. In short, the international outrage has led to some relatively minor but not meaningless changes to building safety and union voices on the job. But very little to none of the money corporations have given to compensate the survivors have […]
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Lopate

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On June 22, 2015
I was on the Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC this afternoon talking about Out of Sight. We really didn’t get into climate change too much, despite the title of the segment. But it was great. Probably as close to media royalty as I’ll ever get. My favorite part was Lopate quoting my Don Blankenship post […]

Virtually Speaking

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On June 12, 2015
Sure you are getting tired of me promoting various Out of Sight related events. But I’d stop if every reader bought my book, as well as copies for their families and friends. In lieu of that, I was on Jay Ackroyd’s show Virtually Speaking last night for a full hour. In the last 5 minutes, […]

This is Hell

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On June 9, 2015

I was on This is Hell! with Chuck Mertz on Saturday discussing Out of Sight. You can listen to it here. The interview was a solid 40 minutes which gave us time to talk about a lot of different issues.

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