David Zlutnick

Where's the Color in the Occupy Movement? Wherever We Put It

by David Zlutnick Rinku Sen Yvonne Yen Liu on May 1, 2012 10:00AM

On a day when the world celebrates the rights of everyday workers, we sat down with activists of color to talk about Occupy Wall Street.

Topics: Politics, #Occupy

How Are Racial Justice Activists Making Occupy Work For Everyone? [Video]

by David Zlutnick on Mar 13, 2012 10:26AM

As spring comes, the world prepares for the Occupy movement to once again fill the headlines. Colorlines.com talks with Occupy Wall Street organizers who have sought to keep race in the movement's conversation.

Topics: #Occupy, Economy

How San Francisco Organizers Rewrote the Rules to Save Minimum Wage [Video]

by David Zlutnick on Jan 27, 2012 9:04AM

Thanks to an innovative multiracial organizing campaign, San Francisco's minimum wage is the first in the nation to pass the $10/hr mark. Colorlines.com' video team speaks with the organizers about how they did it and what's next.

Topics: Economy