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poetry/ deep calling to deep by amy lloyd

The whale spirit brings regeneration, new beginnings and provides a sense of calm.

Whales mate for life, they are caring animals and easily demonstrate affection. 299 more words


The Truth

He touched my face..

I touched his..

He ran his hands on my lips. . .

I stared deeply in his eyes as he held… 469 more words

Women of the Confederacy (Pt. 3)

Emma Sansom

On occasion, women became heroines of the Confederate cause purely by accident. Such is the case of Emma Sansom.

Born on June 2, 1847, Emma was a beautiful girl, tall and elegant, with large, deep blue eyes, auburn hair, and a fair complexion. 903 more words

The brickmasons' strike(s).

Newspaper reports reveal a strike (or series of strikes) by African-American brick masons in Wilson in the first decade of the 20th century. Though the record is sparse, these articles offer rare glimpses of black workers flexing their economic muscle, and surprising hints of the reach of organized labor during a time and place well-known for hostility toward unionization. 193 more words

City Of Wilson

Shorter Hours

What if unions took up the fight for shortening work hours again and then just making it so that people had a liveable wage on it? 172 more words


Tenant's Union unveil draft constitution in third meeting

The new Tenant’s Union hosted its third meeting on March 18, outlining the first draft of their constitution and electing a ‘Membership Officer’ to oversee the union’s membership infrastructure. 1,008 more words


CUPE rallies at University of Saskatchewan over pensions

Hundreds of CUPE members rallied at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) on Tuesday to stand in solidarity with CUPE Local 1975.

CUPE is holding their national bargaining conference in Saskatoon this week and members came to rally at the university. 251 more words