Interviews for Resistance
Striking Against Privatization and Charter Schools in Puerto Rico, with Mercedes Martinez and Liza Fournier
Puerto Rico's teachers are fighting a bill that would turn all their schools into charters, by any means necessary.
West Virginia's teachers proved that supermajority strikes can even beat a trifecta-red government, if they bring their community along.
I spoke with Rep. Keith Ellisonabout the new push for Medicare for All, how to talk about racism and economic justice, and why it might be time to think about a maximum wage.
When the Republican tax bill passed, there was little discussion of its effects on the healthcare system--until Ady Barkan ran into Jeff Flake on a plane.
March 5th was the deadline set by the Trump administration for the end of DACA, but it came and went without Congress acting.
To really reverse the Trump agenda, a group of activists have come together to write a platform for change.
The plans for privatizing Puerto Rico's infrastructure after Hurricane Maria could be a bellwether of what's to come for the rest of us.
Donald Trump has been promising a big infrastructure plan since the campaign days. But what he's got is a whole bunch of nothing.
The International Women's Strike drew a lot of attention last year, but is coming this year in the midst of a full-on feminist moment.
The Democrats gave in after just a few days of government shutdown, setting the stage for Trump to propose immigration "compromise" that will do real harm.