The Co-Founder of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United and Director of UC Berkeley’s Food Labor Research Center discusses the recent nationwide “Fight for $15” demonstrations, which was the largest protest by low-wage earners in American history.
The filmmaker and adjunct professor at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs talks about the history of cultural overlap between the U.S. and the nation of Cuba.
Called “the go-to journalist on all things Cuban and Miami,” the award-winning author and reporter gives her take on the changing relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
The Academy Award nominated documentarian lifts the curtain on a secretive group of ‘spin doctors’ in his new film Merchants of Doubt.
The director of USC’s School of International Relations and former Defense Department policy analyst assesses the latest developments of the Ukraine crisis.
A diverse panel of experts discusses various social, political, economic, and legal issues that are key to Detroit’s future.
From Detroit’s Wayne State University, the Mayor of “Motown” discusses the state of the city, and how he plans to help Detroit’s resurgence.
The New York City Mayor discusses his anti-poverty agenda, which features an ambitious housing plan and an anti-homelessness policy that has already gained traction in the “big city.”
Five years after the BP oil spill, the accomplished attorney discusses how he took on ‘Big Oil’ in his new text, Crude Justice.
The host of Fusion’s AMERICA discusses the political agenda for the Latino community in the new session of Congress, and looks toward the 2016 presidential race.