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BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 6/06/21
On Friday June 4, the U.S. Department of Labor monthly report on the job market for May 2021 showed that 559,000 new jobs were created, bouncing back from the poor showing the month before. But the economy remained down 7.6 million jobs from February 2020, when the recession began.
BY staff | San Jose, CA | 4/07/21
On Sunday, April 11, at 2 p.m. Pacific / 5 p.m. Eastern, the Freedom Road Socialist Organization is hosting an online program about the wave of violence against Asian Americans; violence which led to the recent massacre of eight people, six of whom were Asian American women near Atlanta, Georgia.
Masao Suzuki
BY staff | United States | 7/12/20
Fight Back! interviews Masao Suzuki, professor of economics and a leading member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
Masao Suzuki
BY staff | San José, CA | 2/19/19
On Sunday, February 17, more than 400 people filled the San Jose Buddhist Church gym for the 39th annual Day of Remembrance event.
BY staff | United States | 4/13/18
Part three of a three-part interview with Professor Masao Suzuki
BY staff | United States | 4/10/18
This is part one of a three-part interview with Professor Masao Suzuki.
BY staff | Washington D.C. | 8/04/17
On August 3, Freedom Road Socialist Organization leader Masao Suzuki condemned president Donald Trump for endorsing the racist and anti-immigrant bill called the "RAISE Act," sponsored by Republican Senators Cotton (R-AR) and Purdue (R-GA).
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 4/11/14
Over two dozen activists attended a panel discussion here, at the University of South Florida in Tampa. " Legalization for all, stop the deportations!" read the banner at the front of the room. Professor Masao Suzuki of San Jose, California, an economist and expert on immigration, was the guest speaker.
BY staff | San José, CA | 1/27/13
On Jan. 26, there was a commemoration of Fred Korematsu, one of the Japanese Americans who resisted the World War II U.S. concentration camps for Japanese Americans.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 4/28/12
A new report by the Associated Press confirms what many people already knew: the job market for young college graduates just plain sucks.
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