Workers, Not Candidate Pledges, Will Be the Salvation of Labor
Worker strikes as liberation — way back then, and today
What does it take to move people past fear and into action?
We Need More Than $15
Seattle’s Gilded Age: Housing for Trees, but not for People
The Poor People's Campaign: Building Power Beyond the Fight for $15
The Way Forward For a New Labor Movement
Fight for $15: Good Wins, but Where did the Focus on Organizing Go?
Ontario Workers and Students Notch Biggest $15 Win Yet
Lessons from the Fight for $15 Beyond North America
Beyond $15: Lessons from SeaTac to Ontario
An Injury to One is an Injury to All? US Labor's Divergent Reactions to Trump
Why we can't just fight for wage increases
What does a moral economy look like for the 99 percent?
Credit Mass Resistance, Not Anti-Union Judge, for Blocking Trump’s Travel Ban
Unions Facing the Trump Era
Labor Needs a Bold Vision to Inspire Workers in the New Economy
Trump’s Fake Critique of Trade Deals Leaves Out Workers
Most Americans Won't Make $15 an Hour for Five Years—but Why Not Now, Like in This City?
Socialist Win in Seattle: Anomaly or Harbinger?
To Fight Back Against Companies Like Uber, Workers Need Organizing—Not Technocratic Fixes
SeaTac's Fight for 15: Why Faith Was Key
Working Class Power and Spirituality: Reflections on SeaTac's Minimum Wage Campaign
Court Slaps Down Airport Worker Strike Ban
Boiling Point: Why Do We Let Big Oil Send Workers to Their Deaths?
The Battle in Seattle, 15 Years On: How an Unsung Hero Kept the Movements United
Small City, Big Ideas
“For 33 years, Jonathan Rosenblum has been sharing his winning analysis, history of struggle, and strategy with ordinary workers. In Beyond $15, he invites all of us into the learning. With stunning simplicity and clarity, Rosenblum walks the reader through exactly how giant corporations have decimated the American Dream. Better still, he explains what it will take to get out of our current mess and rebuild the power we need to defeat out-of-control corporate power.”
Organizer and author of "No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age"