Marian Swerdlow

Marian Swerdlow taught in a Brooklyn public high school for 25 years. She is a member of the Movement of Rank and File Educators (MORE), a reform caucus of the United Federation of Teachers. She is a former transit worker, and author of Underground Woman: My Four Years as a New York City Subway Conductor (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1998).

What Method of Organizing?
Against the Current No. 212, May/June 2021

Learning Through Struggle
Against the Current, No. 202, September/October 2019

An Urban Teacher Union Epic
Against the Current, No. 194, May/June 2018

Teachers as Change Agents
Against the Current, No. 189, July/August 2017

Review: Whose Education? Whose Control?
Against the Current, No. 185, November/December 2016

Teachers in the Crosshairs
Against the Current, No. 179, November/December 2015

Spotlighting Inequality and Injustice
Against the Current, No. 172, September/October 2014

Transit Workers Try a "New Direction"
Against the Current, No. 74, May/June 1998

Albert Shanker, Image and Reality
Against the Current, No. 69, July/August 1997

Sisterhood and Solidarity
Against the Current, No. 37, March/April 1992

Whose Team Are You On?
Against the Current No. 17, November/December 1988