Center for Automotive Research
Director of the Program for Automotive Labor and Education at the Center for Automotive Research; a former speechwriter for the UAW, she has worked for General Motors and Chrysler, and has worked in the House and Senate for Michigan representatives
Negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Big Three car manufacturers used to be something of an economic contact sport, with both sides going head to head.
Sep. 26, 2011from Which Way, L.A.?
Sep. 26, 2011from 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
This special edition of Weekend All Things Considered includes NPR's Michel Martin's interviews with NAACP's Cornell Brooks, Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby, Rev.
May. 31from All Things Considered
In his latest book, “ Economic Dignity ,” former White House advisor Gene Sperling lays out the case for the dignity of work.
May. 14from To the Point
The series “ Decoding Covid-19 ” offers a hopeful account of the international cooperation that has stemmed from the unprecedented crisis.
May. 22from Scheer Intelligence
Cities nationwide have erupted in anguish and protest after police recently took the lives of African Americans: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.
May. 29from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Ken White hosts this episode of All The President’s Lawyers.
Jun. 3from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
As public health officials continue to encourage families to stay at home, some are weighing the risks and benefits of expanding their social circles.
May. 19from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council President Nury Martinez are calling on Councilmember Jose Huizar to resign. That’s a huge escalation in the growing troubles for Huizar.
May. 29from KCRW Features
Disease has thrived among dense populations since cities began. But COVID-19 is the worst example since 1918, and New York City is America’s primary victim.
May. 28from To the Point