Suzi Weissman

Suzi Weissman, PhD
23 Interviews

Suzi Weissman's Interviews

Suzi Weissman & Nelson Lichtenstein 22 Sep 2023 • EN

Jacobin Radio: Strike at the Big Three w/ Nelson Lichtenstein

Suzi talks to historian and labor expert Nelson Lichtenstein about the historic, first-ever simultaneous strike against the Big Three automakers. Thirteen thousand workers, about 10% of UAW members at the Big Three, walked out of assembly plants in Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri on September 14. Instead of striking at al

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Suzi Weissman & Ilya Budraitskis 27 Apr 2023 • EN

Jacobin Radio: Putinism w/ Ilya Budraitskis

Suzi talks to long-time political activist and theorist Ilya Budraitskis about the transformation of Russia into a dictatorship and the nature of Putinism more than a year after Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine. Independent media has been replaced with censorship and propaganda. Expression of dissent is met with rep

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Suzi Weissman & Marc Cooper 16 Mar 2023 • EN

Jacobin Radio: 50 Years of Chilean Politics w/ Marc Cooper

Suzi talks to veteran journalist Marc Cooper, who was a translator to President Salvador Allende in the Popular Unity government from 1970-1973. Marc has memorialized his experience in Chile in Pinochet and Me: A Chilean Anti Memoir (2001). Marc just returned from a month in Chile looking at Chilean politics 50 years a

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Suzi Weissman & Meleiza Figueroa + Alan Minsky 03 Dec 2022 • EN

Jacobin Radio: World Cup Controversy w/ David Goldblatt

Suzi talks to Alan Minsky and Meleiza Figueroa, creators and hosts of The People’s Game podcast, to get their unique perspectives on the 2022 Qatari World Cup. This is much more than soccer, but there is that too. They combine on-the-field analysis with discussions of the political, economic, and cultural subtexts of t

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Suzi Weissman & Ilya Matveev 05 Oct 2022 • EN

Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: Nuclear Blackmail w/ Ilya Matveev

Suzi talks to Ilya Matveev about Russia's destructive war on Ukraine, now at a critical juncture. Putin has annexed four regions of Ukraine after holding farcical referenda, a clear and dangerous escalation in areas that are not completely under Russian control. Putin has also warned that any attacks on these areas are

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Suzi Weissman & Nelson Lichtenstein 20 Sep 2022 • EN

Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: Rail Worker Struggle w/ Nelson Lichtenstein

Suzi talks to UCSB labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein to get his analysis of the impending rail strike and the tentative deal reached to prevent it by labor leaders, the government, and the freight rail companies. The workers are demanding paid sick days and more predictable and humane schedules, but they weren’t at t

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