Jeremy Brecher

Jeremy Brecher is an historian and co-founder of the Labor Network for Sustainability. A new, post-Paris edition of his Climate Insurgency: A Strategy for Survival was published by Routledge.

Climate Jobs for All

A Climate Constitution in the Courts and the Streets

The New Poor People’s Campaign:  Seeds of a Non-Party Opposition?

“Climate Kids” v. Trump: Trial of the Century Pits Trump Climate Denialism Against Right to a Climate System Capable of Sustaining Human Life”

How Labor and Climate United Can Trump Trump

Resisting the Trump Agenda is Social Self-Defense

Dakota Access Pipeline and the Future of American Labor

This is What Insurgency Looks Like

A New Wave of Climate Insurgents Defines Itself as Law-Enforcers

Making the Promises Real: Labor and the Paris Climate Agreement

Climate Insurgency After Paris

Reversing Climate Change: What Will It Take?

Climate Destruction in the Court of Public Opinion

The Working-Class Mini-Revolts of the Twenty-First Century

Command Responsibility?

Bush War Crimes

Attack Syria? Invade Iran?

Amistad Revisited at Guantanamo?

Solidarity and Student Protests in Iran

What Can the World Do?

UN General Assembly Provides Crucial Opportunity for Global Peace Movement

Uniting for Peace

Alternative to War

A Nightmare to Love

Collective Security is Working

Why I Resigned From Sanders’ Staff