Today on Flashpoints, We’ll speak to Pablo Alvarado of NDLON about the expanded battle to assure worker rights for undocumented people who will be doing the crucial work of rebuilding Northern California in the face of massive destruction left by the wildfires: also we hear about a new UNDOCUFUND to support undocumented workers who lost … Continued
We talk with Bo (Rita D.) Brown, who spent eight years in prison for her work as part of the revolutionary George Jackson Brigade. A white working-class butch from rural Oregon, Brown was known as the “Gentleman Bank Robber,” for a number of years in Seattle. Brown talks about coming out, becoming politicized and her … Continued
Professors Maria Floro and Stephanie Seguino, two of the premiere voices on gender equity and globalization, demystify trade policy. Did NAFTA cost US jobs or not? Is free trade good or bad for developing economies and is it possible to have a policy that works for workers in both rich and poor countries? How does … Continued
Two former political prisoners speak about upcoming event to honor slain political prisoner Hugo Yogi’ Pinell.