From Argentina, Brazil and the United States to Germany, France, Italy, and Poland, a resurgence of far-right parties has roiled American and European politics in the past decade, both in opposition and in government. Forces and ideologies that until recently seemed dated and stigmatized have presented unique challenges to labor unions and progressives - on the one hand serving as an existential threat, while at the same time holding broad appeal to some traditional unionist communities.
How can the labor movement best understand this present danger and how should union leaders, members, and activists respond? This online panel will bring together esteemed international experts and activists in discussion.
Professor of History, New School for Social Research
Senior Research Fellow, German Institute for International Relations
President, Central Labor Council of Nashville and Middle Tennessee
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Washington DC
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