Laura Gottesdiener

The King is Dead!

On August 5th, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey banded together with 15 other state attorneys general to demand that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suspend the implementation of new rules devised by the Obama administration to slow the pace of climate change.

August 26, 2015

When Predatory Equity Hit the Big Apple

How Private Equity Came to New York’s Rental Market — and What That Tells Us About the Future.

April 9, 2014


Now you see me: A glimpse into the Zapatista movement, two decades later

…the Zapatistas aren’t focused on accumulating wealth, but on living with dignity.

January 27, 2014

The Great Eviction: The Landscape of Wall Street’s Creative Destruction

Since 2007, the foreclosure crisis has displaced at least 10 million people from more than four million homes across the country.

August 2, 2013

Hot and Crusty film featured in the New York Times

After years of working in unsafe conditions, without overtime or benefits and with paychecks regularly withheld, more than a dozen workers decided enough was enough.

July 17, 2013


After Sandy, communities mobilize a new kind of disaster relief

Meanwhile, a grassroots network of community-run relief stations and free kitchens has sprung up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The response began small and grew rapidly.

November 5, 2012

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