Meet Alex Han

In These Times is growing: We’re excited to announce that labor organizer and activist Alex Han has joined us as the new Executive Director.

Adam Doster, a contributing editor at In These Times, is a Chicago-based freelance writer and former reporter-blogger for Progress Illinois.
In June 2006, Doster joined In These Times as an editorial intern. A journalist based in Chicago, he has covered topics such as the labor movement, education, and electoral organizing for The Nation, The American Prospect, The Chicago Reader and WireTap, among others. In November 2007, he won the Campaign for College Affordability’s essay contest for his piece “When College Ends, So Does Activism.” Doster graduated with university honors from the University of Michigan in 2007. While in Ann Arbor, he served as the managing editor of The Michigan Independent, a monthly progressive magazine.
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Unions are good for workers? Preposterous!
dead prez in the Times
A fix for our falling savings rate?
Viva Obama!
Friday prison injustice blogging
Marching to vote
Obama isn’t Muslim, he’s a Commie!
Lunchtime links
McCain’s weak Pakistan claims
Obama Wisky roundup
Pakistani election rundown
Krugman, rehinged
Obama, Edwards, and delivery
Happy ending for writers
Whining Rush
Infrastructure, finally
Maryland’s Edwards
Could Templeton use a public editor?
Straw military man
McCain blogging, outsourced edition
Ask but don’t tell
Krugman, unhinged
Dispatch
AMA’s Conflicted President
Valenti eviscerates The Atlantic
Be wary of debt settlement companies
Electric chairs to the scrap heap
Non-presidential Friday links
Sorry Iowa ...
Ending the Maverick image, one post at a time
Keep it in your pants, son
Classy, Mr. President. Classy.
Clinton, Latinos, and Asians
16 is the new 18 and/or 21
Post Super Tuesday blogging
Afternoon links
McCain’s streaky independent streak
I always wanted someone to call me a left-wing extremist!
Yes, We Can
Muslim-baiting in the general
Bloomberg and pro-Israel leadership
Life under Bush
Feature
Killer Credit
Attack of the $915 billion consumer debt monster
Huck and Sam’s Club
More Iraq recession blogging
Iraq recession
The Wire in CJR
Upholding Voter ID laws
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