About Hasira Ashemu

Hasira Ashemu is a prolific writer, speaker, progressive social activist, and communications professional with more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning columnist and radio/television journalist. Hasira also lived in Ghana, West Africa for over ten years working in the non-profit and governmental sectors as a communication specialist. Currently Hasira is the Senior Communications Specialist at the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) and a Howard University Communications Alum

Can the Labor Movement Save Its Soul?

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Hasira Ashemu: If labor cannot utilize everything in its toolkit to turn the tide, then it and the aspirations of millions of black, brown, yellow, red and yes, white people will be tragically marginalized.

Labor at a Crossroads

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Hasira Ashemu: The people who fight to undo worker’s rights and assault unions are often the very same folks who craft laws and policies that allowed Trayvon Martin’s killer to walk free, that disenfranchise black voters and expand the use of racial profiling.

Is George Zimmerman Truly a “Creepy Ass Cracka”?

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Hasira Ashemu: In order to create buy-in, the owning class offered the lowly cracker something that was really of no intrinsic value – Whiteness.

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