I’m joining the TNR crew for a live event on, well, how work sucks.
I’m joining the good folks at Bluestockings Books in New York for a book talk! Interlocutor to be announced.
Join me along with workers from the games workers, charity workers, and yoga workers branches of IWGB union in the UK to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back, how employers weaponize the labor of love narrative, and how to challenge it.
CSPAN’s BookTV is going to be airing my conversation with Kathi Weeks from Town Hall Seattle! It’ll be running on CSPAN 2 and archived online for those of you who missed the live event.
I’m joining the Reinventing Solidarity podcast of the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies to talk with the brilliant Ruth Milkman, whose writings on labor have helped shape my understanding of work for many years now. Join us!
I’m joining the good folks at the UK Media Reform Coalition for a panel at the Media Democracy Festival, all online this year but still worth attending. The whole schedule is here.
‘It’s a core part of the way neoliberalism functions – telling us that everything is our choice, and therefore, that everything is our fault.’
I joined Grace Blakeley on Tribune magazine’s A World to Win podcast this week.
In an attempt to keep my title as Dan’s most-frequent guest on The Dig, we spent close to two hours talking about Work Won’t Love You Back, producerism, gendered labor, teaching, retail, and so much more.
I joined the Washington Center for Equitable Growth to moderate a session at this event on technology and worker power.
Join us for a Socialist Night School session on Work Won’t Love You Back.
When you love your job so much that you’ll work for next to nothing, then nothing is exactly what you’ll get.
We’re very pleased to welcome Sarah Jaffe to Housmans to discuss the ‘labour of love’ myth: the idea that certain work is not really work, and should be done for the sake of passion rather than pay. Whether it’s working for free in exchange for ‘experience’, enduring poor treatment in the name of being ‘part of the family’, or clocking serious overtime for a good cause, more and more of us are pushed to make sacrifices for the privilege of being able to do work we enjoy.
I joined Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back, the Amazon union struggle, the Fight for $15, and why people keep trying to blame teachers for unsafe schools during a pandemic. Amid the economic crisis and precarious working conditions for millions of people during the pandemic, we look at […]
I spoke with Evan Matthew Papp of Empathy Media Lab for this spotlight from the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
I joined RTE Radio 1’s The Business to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
do u love ur job??? RLY?! ……….????? Well guess what, as kellen says, she’s just not that into you (she meaning the hellscape that is labor under capitalism). this week we have our incredible friend, labor journalist, and author, Sarah Jaffe on the pod to talk about her new book Work Wont Love you Back. […]
Roqayah is off this week, so Kumars is joined from the top of the hour by independent labor journalist Sarah Jaffe, reporting fellow at Type Media Center, cohost of Dissent Magazine’s Belabored podcast, and the author of two books: Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt, and a new book out now from Hurst and Bold Type Books, Work Won’t Love You […]