Archives for June 2016

Media Has Free Time for Trump – No Time for Workers

While the corporate media continues to give 24/7, non-stop coverage (and billions in free publicity) to Donald Trump, there has been an almost complete news blackout of major struggles of working people. In the U.S., the six-week strike of 40,000 Verizon workers, members of the CWA and IBEW, against the telecommunications giant making $18 billion […]

NWU Attends 29th IFJ World Congress

More than 300 delegates representing more than 450,000 journalists in 140 countries gathered in Angers, France for the 29th International Federation of Journalists World Congress, June 7-10.  It was the 90th anniversary of the founding of IFJ. There were many panels, debates and discussions about the safety of journalists, defending and extending press freedom, increasing […]

NWU’s Salaam Speaks at UAW Chaplain Conference

Three hundred members of the United Auto Workers Chaplaincy Program recently gathered for the 29th annual conference on June 5 in Onaway, MI. Elder Herb Taylor of Region 5 (Kansas City, KS) presided as international leader of the group. The chaplains serve in a volunteer capacity and are mainly employed at various UAW work sites […]

Ellenberger on Panel at Washington’s Spy Museum

DC Chapter member James Ellenberger will appear with his co-authors, Curtis Harris and James Rosen, to discuss their new espionage/thriller, High Hand, at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, July 13. Details and ticket information can be found by clicking here.