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The Bond Of Poverty

Today, while the ruling class works tirelessly to separate and divide across racial lines, and as the social fabric that is pinned down by the capitalist order continues to crumble, and as the hopes of the poor flow faster and stronger into a pre-packaged containment of ruling class narrative, we all must be increasingly diligent not to fall into today’s identity politics and its seductive trappings. 822 more words


¿Libertarios vs. Libertarios de los Estados Unidos?

¿Libertarios vs. Libertarios de los Estados Unidos?

Comencemos esta interacción describiendo correctamente lo que queremos decir y lo que decimos llamaremos al pan pan y al vino vino. 4,712 more words

Representative Democracy

What I'm Reading 6

A few things I’ve read worth sharing–

John Morrell’s Bloody Friday” by Scott Stoel for South Dakota Magazine (as revised from the January/February 1995 issue):  On a conflict between union and non-union workers at the Sioux Falls meat-packing plant during their second strike of 1935. 170 more words

Sioux Falls

Labor Briefing: October 2017


Trying to Stop Runaway Train—As recently as a few years ago, the biggest local in the United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers had nearly 6000 members at General Electric’s locomotive works in Erie, Pa. 657 more words


Mentorship & Empathy

(a very delayed SAA conference post, sort of)

I went to SAA17 in the thick of what I’ll call a professional liminal space and left with a lot of feelings. 1,065 more words


Hospital Bag Checklist

I remember being so anxious for Ember to get here that around 2 or 3 months before I was even due I wanted to pack my hospital bag! 1,131 more words