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AFL-CIO president speaks on why the labor movement must encompass black women workers at all levels of organizing
Manuel Pérez-Rocha speaks on the negative impacts of free trade agreements.
At a time of multiple environmental and social crises and an unprecedented expansion in the power of transnational corporations (TNCs), it has never been more urgent to exert social controls over such powerful institutions.
The presentations of Dan Kovalik and Alex Main, who served as official international election observers for Venezuela's April 14, 2013 presidential election.
Institute for Policy Studies Fellow Sanho Tree offers his expert analysis at author event for “A Secret History of Coffee, Coca & Cola," by Ricardo Cortes.
This panel examines the role of grassroots movements as a practical approach to fulfilling the shortcomings of political representation, with special attention to protests, hunger strikes, and other forms of resistance seen today.
Bennis, a Institute of Policy Studies fellow, urges citizen activism to correct wrongful U.S. and Israeli hostility toward Iran at a teach-In at All Souls Church on June 28, 2012
In New Mexico, Bennis told the Lannan In Pursuit of Cultural Freedom series why the bloated military budget represents an atrocious investment for our society.
There is an economic and moral rationale for increasing taxes on the wealthy.