Lee Fang appears in the following:
Friday, April 11, 2014
Reporter Susan Freinkel talks about what happens to brains of children who have been exposed at a young age to pesticides. She’s joined by Lee Fang, who reports on how the pesticide companies have influenced regulations in Washington and at the local level. Both Freinkel and Fang are contributors to The Nation magazine. Freinkel is the author of the book Plastic: A Toxic Love Story and her article Warning Signs: How Pesticides Harm the Young Brain and Fang’s article The Pesticide Industry vs. Consumers: Not a Fair Fight appear in the March 31, 2014, issue of The Nation magazine.
Find consumer guides about pesticides and produce and more at the Environmental Working Group's web site: ewg.org.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Lee Fang, contributing writer for The Nation, reporting fellow with The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute, and author of The Machine: A Field Guide to the Resurgent Right (The New Press, 2013), talks about his investigation into the investment practices of New Jersey's public pensions by the Christie administration.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Lee Fang talks about the national movement to reform public education through vouchers, charters, and privatization, and the rise of “virtual schools”—charters operated online, with teachers instructing students over the Internet. His article “How Online Learning Companies Bought America's Schools” appears in the December 5 issue of The Nation.