James Thindwa, whose campaign for economic fairness for working people in Chicago has brought him up against the city's powerful political establishment and corporate giant Wal-Mart.
Professor Aaron Barlow recently interviewed Tony Barr, a high school teacher with a penchant for progressive politics from Pennsylvania's 9th Congressional district. The text of the interview is now posted on the Journal.
Here's an excerpt:
Tony Barr teaches high-school students with learning difficulties in the heart of Pennsylvania, the state's ninth Congressional District. A dedicated progressive, Barr has taken on the thankless task of bringing critical issues to public attention in one of the most conservative areas of the state.
Professor Barlow had previously interviewed Mr. Barr in October of 2006, when Tony was running for Congress against Bill Shuster. It was Mr. Barr's first of two attempts to win the heavily Republican district.
Check out the new interview on the ePluribus Media Journal, and discuss the article here.