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Daniel Clemens sits in a darkened room and speaks about why he thinks people should not protest. This applies to “pretty much every different group that’s out there protesting right now. There’s probably a better way to do it,” the bearded ...
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Matthew covers labor, private equity, health care and the retirement crisis. He previously worked at the International Business Times and contributed to The Intercept.
Lucy is a New York-based editor and reporter focused on climate and privatization. She previously worked at The Nation, More Perfect Union, and Insider.
Jared is an award-winning Denver-based producer. He has worked as an investigative reporter, features writer, and on TV, documentaries, and podcasts.
Julia covers corporate and political power. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Intercept, and the New York Times.
Reporter, editor and cofounder of The District Sentinel.
Co-host @citationspod and writer at http://thecolumn.substack.com.
The Lever’s reporting, podcasts, videos, and live events focus on politics, business and corruption — and how money shapes and distorts economic and environmental policy.
Rebecca is a Chicago-based reporter, with award-winning investigations in outlets like Bloomberg Green, the Chicago Reader, ProPublica Illinois, and USA Today.
Amos Barshad is a journalist in New York and the author of No One Man Should Have All That Power: How Rasputins Manipulate The World.
Frank is an award-winning writer and producer. His past work includes Billy on the Street, WTF with Marc Maron, published at BuzzFeed, and Earwolf Media.
Keerti is a New York-based climate journalist. She was a Fulbright Fellow and a Climate Initiative Fellow at the Solutions Journalism Network.
Covering money and influence on politics, Andrew’s award-winning work has appeared in MapLight, International Business Times, ProPublica and HuffPost.
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