Tag Archives: Education

The bluest collar

 “I think organized labor is a necessary part of democracy. Organized labor is the only way to have fair distribution of wealth.” -Dolores Huerta It is already May in the land of good and plenty, a vast territory that was … Continue reading

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Jeffster Awards #43

This is the next installment of an ongoing series at Deconstructing Myths…the Jeffster Awards! This award will be given on an ongoing basis to five outstanding blog posts that caught my wandering eye. There are no strings attached or requirements … Continue reading

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Food Chains

I have had the privilege of marching with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and meeting some its members. The CIW works tirelessly on behalf of the tomato pickers in Immokalee, Florida and farmworker justice. The grassroots, coalition of the willing … Continue reading

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ESSAY: WHAT TO DO WITH THE NEGROEZ?

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
There is a secret hidden in the heart of New Orleans, a secret hidden in plain sight but ignored by all but the secret citizens themselves. Before Bienville arrived in this area in 1718,…

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Longform: Nuns and Nuclear Security

Once in a while I come across an article that, in my not-so-humble opinion, is so outstanding, I want to share it with anyone who will listen. I especially enjoy long-form articles which can provide a venue for deep dives into … Continue reading

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Jeffster Awards #42

This is the next installment of an ongoing series at Deconstructing Myths…the Jeffster Awards! This award will be given on an ongoing basis to five outstanding blog posts that caught my wandering eye. There are no strings attached or requirements … Continue reading

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Rest in Power, Eduardo Galeano

Originally posted on roger hollander:
Posted on April 13, 2015 by chrmaria ? ? Dedicated to The Nobodies The nobodies: the sons of no one, the owners of nothing. Who don’t speak languages, but rather dialects. Who don’t follow religions,…

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Jeffster Awards #41

This is the next installment of an ongoing series at Deconstructing Myths…the Jeffster Awards! This award will be given on an ongoing basis to five outstanding blog posts that caught my wandering eye. There are no strings attached or requirements … Continue reading

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Longform: The Hunting of Billie Holiday

Once in a while I come across an article that, in my not-so-humble opinion, is so outstanding, I want to share it with anyone who will listen. I especially enjoy long-form articles which can provide a venue for deep dives into … Continue reading

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Hitting Bottom: Incarcerated Women in the Prison Power Hierarchy

Originally posted on Kids in the system:
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post blog. A prison can’t function without its pecking order. Call it what you will, chain of command, hierarchy, rank, it all comes down to power.…

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