Followup on the Senate’s Symbolic Gift

By Miryam Ehrlich Williamson Last week I wrote about the Senate’s gift to President Obama in the form of a unanimous resolution authorizing him to establish a no-fly zone over Libya and do whatever else is necessary to protect the Libyan people.  There’s no point in my repeating the whole thing when you can read […]

United We Stand, Divided We Beg

By Miryam Ehrlich Williamson The common in Greenfield, Mass., was one of 1.200 sites Monday where working people and their allies gathered for a day of rallies, teach-ins, and religious services organized by the AFL-CIO. The day was the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., in Memphis to support the rights […]

April 4, 2011: We Are One

By Miryam Ehrlich Williamson On this day, 43 years ago, Martin Luther King was gunned down in Memphis as he stood up with striking sanitation workers and faced down the armed forces of a city and state to demand dignity and the right to bargain collectively for a voice at work and a better life. […]