Posts Tagged ‘Labor’

Phil Tiemeyer

June 11 . 2013

Phil Tiemeyer examines how flight attendants have combated sexism and homophobia to create a more just and equal workplace through the last 80 years in Plane Queer.

John Nichols

March 8 . 2012

As state legislatures across the US take up union busting measures, John Nichols shows how the Wisconsin protests is a blueprint for progressives around America who’ve had enough in Uprising.

Philip Dray

October 19 . 2010

The con­test between labor and capital for their share of American bounty has shaped our national experience. Historian and author,  Philip Dray’s ambition is to show us the vital accomplishments of organized labor in the twentieth century and to illuminate its central role in our social, political, economic, and cultural evolution in There Is Power In A Union.