Jonathan Rosenblum

Jonathan Rosenblum is an attorney and writer. He occasionally plays second fiddle, and participates in the Solidarity Sing Along in Madison, Wisconsin's capitol.

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Jonathan Lawson

The successful drive for a living wage in Seattle began with a historic decision by the Teamsters union to defend Muslim immigrants against discrimination on the job. Read more


Joe Hill, America’s radical labor troubadour, was executed by firing squad in Utah after a contested murder conviction 100 years ago this week. A member of the Industrial Workers of the World, Hill traveled and performed widely, calling for worke... Read more


The video turns a moment from the congregation singing “Amazing Grace” into a ghoulish Michael Jackson “ooh, ooh, ooh.” Read more

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When citizen rescuer Carlos Arredondo of Boston visits the halls of Congress at the request of the President of the United States, it will actually be the second time since the Boston Marathon bombing that he will have stood solemnly near t... Read more