Kim Scipes

Kim Scipes is a long-time political activist and trade unionist.  He teaches sociology at Purdue University Northwest in Westville, Indiana.  His latest book is an edited collection titled Building Global Labor Solidarity in a Time of Accelerating Globalization.  (Chicago:  Haymarket Books, 2016.)

The United States in the World:  Making Sense of the Past Forty Years

The Human Costs of iPhones

Cuba’s Revolution in Health Care

The AFL-CIO’s Foreign Policy Program: Where Historians Now Stand

Fighting Racism in the US Marine Corps

The Battle Over History and Howard Zinn

I Read the News Today, Oh Boy! Observations from a Week in the Philippines

Where Do We Go From Here? How Do We Get There?

Gary’s Steel Academy: “Gary is Not a Dump, Our Education is More Important Than a Dump!”

The Epic Failure of Labor Leadership in the United States, 1980-2017 and Continuing

Black Subjugation in America

Strategic Thinking and Organizing Resistance

The Coalition of Chicago is Back!

The National Endowment for Democracy in Venezuela

Deja Vu All Over Again