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The Anti-White Conga Line Marches On

Ferguson

Richard Dumbka is in St. Louis today, gushing all over Michael Brown, and fuming against racism.  I’ll get you a URL for corroboration later. 40 more words

St. Louis Local

Cookies are Delicious Delicacies

Downtown

And Oreos are cookies.

Not some conspiracy to split apart a union.

It should be noted that black people are the main ones that use “oreo” as a pejorative for a black person who is white on the inside.

St. Louis Local

“All workers deserve to be treated with dignity and respect”: Lessons learned from workplace agitation gone awry

Last fall, I was fired from my job as a servers’ assistant (SA) at an upscale restaurant located in the premier bourgeois business district of a large Southern city. 4,692 more words

Class Struggle

Music Monday

In honor of the Labor Day holiday being celebrated in the United States and Canada, for today’s Music Monday I give you a song devoted to all those workers who labor for fair treatment and equitable pay. 196 more words

Music

Unions in Ohio still an election issue

It’s Labor Day: the reason for a three day weekend, the reason to day drink on a Monday and one of the last opportunities to have that barbecue you’ve been meaning to have all summer. 239 more words

Election

The Origins of Labor Day

Labor Day’s specific date itself is something of an amusement. Recognized within the United States as September 1, America’s variant of Labor Day is unique from all other countries in the world. 441 more words

Labor Day

Celebrate An Unconventional Labor Day Today

I have a different interpretation of Labor Day, which I hope many of you share.

Instead of glorifying unions, why not honor those who truly labor for or have labored for us? 191 more words