Casey Williams

Casey Williams is a North Carolina–based writer covering climate change, labor politics, and US culture. He is also a PhD Candidate in Literature at Duke University, where he studies culture and politics at the intersection of climate, energy, and labor. His work has appeared in The New York Times, VICE, Huffington Post, Jewish Currents, Scalawag, and other newspapers abroad and in the United States.


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This Changes Everything, Again

Casey Williams is rallied by “On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal,” the latest collection of essays by Naomi Klein....

This Changes Everything, Again
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