Media Coverage
Changing the narrative is never enough. But positive coverage helps.

Washington Fruit Packers Protest Working Conditions Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The Left in Lockdown: We talk to radical organizers Adolph Reed, Barbara Smith, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Jodi Dean, and Jane McAlevey about how they’re staying politically engaged under quarantine

Jane McAlevey is as horrified by the news as you are, whether it’s Governor Andrew Cuomo rushing to invite Google’s Eric Schmidt to “reimagine” the state’s economy and school system, or Mitch McConnell’s latest attempt to punish ordinary Americans for a global pandemic. “These motherfuckers are so much more prepared to take advantage of this than the Left,” she fumes. Read More

Rumble show art

It’s About F*cking Winning: Featuring Jane McAlevey

  “Jane McAlevey is a lifetime agitator and shitkicker. So why haven’t you seen her on TV? Why don’t we ever see any of our brightest thinkers and doers in the mainstream media? This is one of reasons I started RUMBLE — to bring brilliant voices like hers to you. Jane and I discuss how we can start creating 2021 now — the world we want to live in, the things we want to change. Read More

Illustration of Jane McAlevey

Jane McAlevey: We Desperately Need a Mass Strike Against the Billionaire Class: An interview about politics and power.

In light of the current class struggle shaping up inside (and outside) the primary, Jane McAlevey’s thoughts on how to make strategic interventions are a breath of fresh air. Read More

America's Democrats logo

Can unions save democracy? Jim Cuddy speaks with Jane McAlevey: At a time when workers are under attack at  historic levels, strikes are making a comeback.

At a time when workers are under attack at  historic levels, strikes are making a comeback. In that, Jane McAlevey sees an opportunity to reset power and politics in America, and clear a path to progressive change. They also discuss her new book “A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy.“ Read More