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How Society Pays When Women’s Work Is Unpaid

Via The New York Times.  How Society Pays When Women’s Work Is Unpaid By Claire Cain Miller In countries around the world, the ways in which men and women spend their time are unbalanced. Men spend more time working for money. Women do the bulk of the unpaid work — cooking, cleaning and child care. This … Read More

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Transition Is Inevitable, Justice Is Not: A Critical Framework For Just Recovery

Via Movement Generation.  Transition Is Inevitable, Justice Is Not: A Critical Framework For Just Recovery “We are a people and a land adapted to surviving hurricanes, natural and social. We know that the broken makes way for the new, and at the eye of each storm there is a circle of calm, a place from … Read More

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Via #BecauseWe’veRead: A radical, international book club challenging understandings of the status quo & mobilizing communities globally. The current book: The Fire Next Time (& other Readings on Black U.S. Liberation), “You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read.” The past week, the United … Read More

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United We Dream: Coronavirus Resource Hub for the Immigrant Community

Via United We Dream: United We Dream always has your back. During these uncertain times, it is important that we stick together and are well informed. We’ve created these resources to help guide your family during these unprecedented times. Check out United We Dream for the following resources and more: Informational Resources The NationalUndocuFund Frequently … Read More

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Black Lives Matter

Ways You Can Help When You’re Done: Educate Yourself. This Doesn’t Go Away Once The Topic Isn’t, “Trending.”  Check out Black Lives Matter for: Map of Protests Sign Petitions Text or Call Dontate Vote More Resources For Protestors’ FAQ Missing People Thread Translations #BLM Canada #BLM Australia Junk Terror Bill Stand with Hong Kong Free … Read More

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Our home, our habitat

When I was a little kid growing up in Ohio, I loved trains.  I especially loved freight trains, with their multi-colored cars adorned with different logos.  I remember learning, at some point, about trains in Europe.  To my dismay, they looked completely different.  In function, they were like the trains I knew, but they were … Read More

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