Peter Bohmer

Peter Bohmer is a faculty member in Political Economy at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. He has been an activist since 1967 in movements for fundamental social change.

Negotiations Not War

The Political Economy of the Pandemic in the U.S. and Moving Forward

The Case for a Substantive Universal Basic Income

What Should We Do Now?

Raise the Social Cost: an Important Strategic Concept

Trump’s Tax Scam

The Human Right to Not Be Poor: A Proposal for a Radical, Not a Neoliberal Universal Basic Income

In Solidarity with the Struggle for Racial Justice at the Evergreen State College

A History of Student Movements and Activism at Evergreen State College and the Greater Nation

A Year Later! The Struggle for Justice Continues!

Let Us Learn From Our Past and Welcome Syrians to the United States!

Lessons From the Greek Crisis: There Must be Some Way Out of Here!

Connecting $15 an Hour Movement to other Social Movements

What’s the Deal? Syriza, the Troika and the Future of Austerity in Greece

If It Can Happen in Olympia, It Can Happen Anywhere

What is Going on in Venezuela?

An Open Letter to the Evergreen State College and Beyond!

End the Criminalization of the Homeless!

The Meaning of Occupy

In Venezuela the Revolution Continues

10 Days That Shook Olympia

The Cuban Revolution