Harvard Law School
A leading expert in the field of labor law and labor relations, Benjamin Sachs is Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry at Harvard Law School.
Organized labor was the foundation of America's middle class in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Recently, the unions have fallen on hard times.
Jan. 6, 2017from To the Point
Art workers are speaking out about anti-Asian racism and urging others to become allies. Some galleries are installing new exhibitions and taking visitors by appointment.
May. 26from Arts & Culture Stories
The series “ Decoding Covid-19 ” offers a hopeful account of the international cooperation that has stemmed from the unprecedented crisis.
May. 22from Scheer Intelligence
The coronavirus pandemic exposes collapsing medical systems around the world, as well as weaknesses with health care in the United States.
May. 7from To the Point
On this episode of Greater LA: As we adjust to the new normal, some parents are concerned their young kids may be getting too much screen time as distance learning takes hold.
May. 13from Greater LA
In this episode of The Legal Eagle Files, KCRW host and journalist Madeleine Brand talks with law professor Jessica Levinson about why — and how — certain states have tried to use…
Apr. 28from The Legal Eagle Files
Gov. Gavin Newsom revised California’s budget down to $203 billion Thursday as the coronavirus pandemic batters the state with record job losses and shortfalls.
May. 14from News Stories
Hot weather drove many Angelenos to the beach over the weekend, despite admonitions to stay home.
Apr. 27from Greater LA
May. 15from Left, Right & Center
But which patients should be first in line if resources run short? These decisions are based on military triaging, and the nature of it is complicated and controversial, says Dr.
Apr. 23from KCRW Features