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Oprah, Sex Abuse, and Mission to Mars — Feedback Friday

Oprah 2020? Not So Fast

While I do agree with “No to the O,” I think the author missed a few key points. If Oprah Winfrey were to run for President, she’d damage her brand, just like Trump has. 270 more words

Feedback Friday

An Adjunct Moment From an Anonymous Adjunct

The following “adjunct moment” is the record of an adjunct dealing with the extra bullshit that adjunct professors deal with on a day to day basis in the service of the public good. 945 more words

Hiring women to work at my tech company taught me a hard truth about fixing the wage gap

I recently sat down with a woman who’d been hired to join my company, Zinc. I asked her why she’d accepted the first salary offer she was given. 813 more words

Why I Had To Leave My Job

May 2nd, 2017 was a day that I was home on FMLA.  For those of you that don’t know, FMLA stands for Family Medical Leave Act.  1,001 more words


Comments for May Day Rally at San Diego Mesa College: Adjuncts, Academic Freedom, and the Corporatization of Higher Education

Adjuncts, Academic Freedom, and the Corporatization of Higher Education

Corporatization is the ideology that all social relations are explainable through market relations. One of the conclusions which follows from this ideology is that market value, the “bottom line,” is ultimate. 970 more words


Haiku Duet, Surprise!


“Minority and – women doctors earn less than – white male counterparts”

“Why is equal pay – for equal work so hard for – us to understand?”


(Un)Equal Pay Day 2017 - Still Little Progress

Today is Equal Pay Day, the day of the year showing how many more days into this year that women must work to make what men earned during the previous year. 1,262 more words

Women's Issues

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Women still earn, on average, just 80 cents for every dollar earned by a white man. From this number, it is obvious that an embarrassing pay inequity exists Source: On Equal Pay Day, NOW Reaffirms Commitment to Closing Gender-Race Wage Gap | National Organization for Women