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Friends and comrades, After roughly three years of Black Sheep Socialist Podcast, we will be retiring the broadcast. Black Sheep was an experiment in trying to create audio media as independent socialists, and to create a conversational type of engagement … Continue reading
This is the second part of the interview with scholar-activist Allen Ruff. The interview picks up exactly where the last one left off, moving from the history of the Socialist Party of America to the history of the Charles H. … Continue reading
After a long hiatus, Black Sheep socialist podcast returns with episode 027. In this episode, w e interview Staughton Lynd about the second edition of his book, “Solidarity Unionism”, recently released by PM Press. We’ve interviewed a number of other … Continue reading
Hey folks, We took a hiatus beginning in September that we’re trying to come back from now. Andrew was working on a union campaign and Tessa has been in school. We started cutting some episodes we’d recorded and unfortunately the … Continue reading
Hi folks, We haven’t posted an episode in a few months, but we haven’t abandoned things here. Andrew’s in a workplace campaign and Tessa started school. Stick with us, things will be posted soon.
Hey folks, Just wanted to let people know of some things going on here at Black Sheep recently. First, we’ve published a number of new episodes the last month and a half that you should be sure to check out … Continue reading
American Labor in the Global Slump: Interview with Steve Early By Andrew Sernatinger and Tessa Echeverria The global slump that began in 2008 has commonly been defined as a financial crisis. For many, the market crash was seen as something … Continue reading
We’re going to be at Labor Notes April 4-6. Tessa and I volunteered to record some sessions for the conference—we’ll post some of the recordings on Black Sheep, and hopefully get to interview some folks for the podcast. If you’re … Continue reading
«La cuestión de la reproducción es esencial no solo para la organización capitalista del trabajo, sino para cualquier proceso genuino de transformación social» Silvia Federici (1942, Parma, Italia), escritora, profesora y activista feminista estadounidense, se sitúa en el movimiento autónomo…
Quite honestly, we were a little unsure how our interview with Silvia Federici was going to be received. The response has been overwhelmingly positive, and two sites have been kind enough to translate the interview into french and spanish. Contretemps, … Continue reading