This is the third of a series of blogs written by Stewart Acuff titled The Future of the American Labor Movement. You can read the Part 1 by CLICKING HERE and Part 2 by CLICKING HERE. Welcoming
“Our Federal income tax system protects the super-rich on an increasingly grand scale. The current maximum federal income tax rate is 35%. Most of the very rich pay a lower rate on much of
Stewart Acuff on Workers Independent News talking Playing Bigger Than You Are, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Stewart Acuff has spent 35 years in the labor movement working for economic and social justice for working people, In his new book Playing Bigger Than You Are: A Life in Organizing he shares
This is cross-posted from Levins Publishing. Written by Dr. Richard Levins Why would anyone working person be hopeful in these bleak times for politics and the economy? I sometimes have a tough time with that question,
This interview is cross-posted at The Union Advocate More Than A Memoir: Acuff’s new book defends the ‘absolute necessity’ of organizing In his new book, Playing Bigger Than You Are: A Life in Organizing, Stewart Acuff looks back
I just did a great interview on RadioLabour! Click to listen. Special thanks to show host Marc Belanger for having me on the show. Click the link to listen: http://www.radiolabour.net/acuff-090512.html Stewart Acuff is America’s best-known and foremost
“Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” Martin Luther King,
“As we work to build power, we must always remember the rich and powerful often create laws to keep themselves in place as society’s elite. Because of this, effective organizers must always question authority.
Nonviolent civil disobedience means disobeyeing earthly law to better follow moral, or heavenly law. It means sacrificing your freedom and comfort and convenience to protest and draw attention to injustice, to prick the conscience
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