Pizzigati has written widely on economic inequality, with op-eds
and articles appearing in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Nation,
and a host of other newspapers and periodicals.
A long-time labor movement journalist, Pizzigati
has edited publications for four different national unions and
directed, for twenty years, the publishing operations of America’s
largest union, the 3.2 million-member National Education Association.
Pizzigati currently edits Too
an online weekly on excessive income and wealth published by the
Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C..
Pizzigati's next book, The Rich Don’t Always Win: The forgotten triumph over plutocracy that created the American middle class, will be forthcoming in spring 2013 from Seven Stories Press.
Maryland resident, Pizzigati sat on the
founding board of directors of Progressive Maryland, the state's leading
alliance of labor, community, civil rights, and religious organizations.
He also served on the board of the Boston-based United
for a Fair Economy, a national economic justice education and
You can reach Sam Pizzigati at firstname.lastname@example.org.