Don Stillman is president of Labor Rights Now, the human rights group that campaigns on behalf of imprisoned worker activists throughout the world. His writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Life magazine, TheProgressive, Columbia Journalism Review, and other publications. Stillman’s work as editor of the United Mine Workers Journal won it the National Magazine Award. He also has been the recipient of the Research and Writing Award of the MacArthur Foundation, as well as the Samuel Gompers Union Leadership Award from the graduate school of the City University of New York. Stillman has taught at Oxford University, where he served as visiting fellow at Magdalen College. He was founding editor of WorkingUSA, an academic journal dealing with issues of labor, class, and gender. Stillman served as the director of governmental and international affairs for the UAW for more than twenty years. He is a member of UAW Local 1981. His two books are Stronger Together: The Story of SEIU and Since Sliced Bread: Common Sense Ideas from America’s Working Families.
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