Tag Archives: Bill Fletcher Jr.
By Carl Davidson and Bill Fletcher, Jr. | The Rag Blog |December 1, 2020 Carl Davidson and Bill Fletcher, Jr. are Thorne Dreyer‘s guests on Rag Radio, KOOP 91.7-FM in Austin and streamed at KOOP.org, Friday, December 4, 2-3 p.m. … Continue reading
Rag Radio podcast:Noted author and activist Bill Fletcher Jr. Bill Fletcher Jr. is a longtime author, commentator, and labor, racial justice and social/economic justice activist, and an international solidarity leader. By Rag Radio / The Rag Blog / July 2, … Continue reading
Dynamic duo. Graphic by DonkeyHotey. What to do in November, and beyond The 2012 election will be one of the most polarized and critical elections in recent history. And it will have little to do with Obama’s record… which is … Continue reading
Image from Reckless Eyeballing.Task for progressives in 2012:Monkey-wrenching the white united front It has been striking that many progressives have said so little about race, racism, and the discourse of right-wing populism in the context of the upcoming elections. By … Continue reading
Obama landscape: seeing the forest for the trees? Photo by Mark Wilson / Getty Images.Returning to a grass roots agenda:A response to Bill Fletcheron Obama, 2012, and rethinking ‘Hope’ By Tom Hayden / The Rag Blog / April 27, 2011 … Continue reading
Taking a second look. Barack Obama “Hope” poster by Shepard Fairey. Image from afagen / Flickr.Focusing ‘Hope’:Obama and the 2012 elections By Bill Fletcher, Jr. / The Rag Blog / April 21, 2011 Rather than dwell on the question of … Continue reading
Mural in Great Barrington, Mass., honoring African American author W.E.B. Dubois. Image from Progressive America Rising.90 years later in the era of the Tea Party:Rediscovering ‘The Souls of White Folk’ By Bill Fletcher, Jr. / November 22, 2010 “But what … Continue reading