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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I loved it as a kid because I could be someone different than who people saw me as in my daily life. 916 more words

City Lights Publishers Celebrates Rad Women

Think of the last time you saw a picture book that was engaging and inspiring to people of all ages. Now, think of a book like this that is written by and features a diverse cast of women. 382 more words

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PressTV: US not a democracy, but a ‘firmly entrenched oligarchy’: Analyst

Fri Oct 3, 2014 7:21AM GMT

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A US political commentator has said that Americans should know the United States is not a democracy, but instead “a very firmly entrenched oligarchy” that cannot be simply changed through elections. 432 more words


lucy parsons. radical. iww. thinking fellers union local 282.

ever heard of lucy parsons? today is the anniversary of her death. i didn’t know that. the good folks at occupy gave me the 411 on my facebook feed. 783 more words

Wednesday's Woman ... Lucy Parsons

Lucy Parsons as she was best known was born c1853 in Waco, Texas, she claimed she was not black but a child of a native American and a Mexican; Although she provided a variety of maiden names on different documents she claimed her name was Gonzales to verify her Mexican ancestry. 439 more words

Wednesday's Wise Women

Why Scotland should vote yes.

it will hopefully set a precedent, and other parts of the country will request independence from Great Britain. Let’s face it why be part of an antiquated country, headed by an inbred, social dysfunctional family; run by a political system that doesn’t offer choice only varieties of the same thing, with it’s main objective of maintaining the hierarchical status quo based on privilege and wealth. 77 more words

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