We hosted our first Firelight Chats on June 7. We will do them every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 6pm ET.
On Wednesdays we’ll discuss issues and on Fridays and Sundays you can Ask Me Anything.
I will present ideas, people and projects I think are important for all of us to consider. They are things that inform how I think about the country and the world, giving all of us a chance to learn more about areas in most need of change. They are issues I will address if you make me your President.
From labor issues to the environment to military budgets to abortion rights to any other issue that seems important, this is our chance to initiate America’s season of repair.
Our first Firelight Chat explored what’s happening with the Writer’s Strike. The situation is a perfect embodiment of a great American drama: economic injustice toward Americans whose work deserves dignity and security, and their righteous pushback through unionized activity. The Writers Strike is a story within a story, and who better to tell it than storytellers themselves.
Our special guests Jay Kogen and Billy Ray of the Writers Guild of America joined me to discuss what’s happening within the strike, why it matters for all of us, and what it means for the broader labor movement in America. (Watch the replay above.)
Next Wednesday, June 14, join me as we discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Palestinian-American political analyst Omar Baddar and foreign policy analyst, Josh LockMan from J Street.
You can stream Firelight Chats every Wednesday here on our website and on our official Marianne 2024 social media channels. Friday’s Ask Me Anything will be hosted on Instagram Live and Sunday’s will be hosted on TikTok Live.
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