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
The title of this post is the title of one of my chapters in Out of Sight. Dissent has published an excerpt from the book to coincide with this evening’s Brooklyn event. I write a lot about food
Time for another round of Out of Sight promotion! Specifically, I wanted to let all our New York readers know that on Wednesday, July 29, at 7 pm, I will be having a book event at Local 61 in Brooklyn
Active defenders of sweatshops really get under my skin because they combine a celebration of labor exploitation with cherry picking historical examples in order to create a false narrative of sweatsh
Truthout has published an excerpt of Out of Sight, on toxicity and environmental justice. The potential for a strong labor-green coalition to fight for healthy workplaces and ecosystems clean enough f
In These Times published an excerpt of Out of Sight. If you’ve been wondering what it’s about it, you can read a chunk of it at the link. A bit of it: Women make up the vast majority of th
Hey DC people–I will be doing a book presentation for Out of Sight at Busboys and Poets Takoma Park store on Monday evening at 6:30. It will be a conversation between myself and Wenonah Hauter o
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.