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Time to Deliver Justice to Delivery Workers
The pandemic is disrupting old established modes of business and exposing frailties in our political and economic order that suddenly look untenable. Maybe now, said Mel Gonzalez of the Delivery Justice Coalition, “We can do things that seemed impossible before.”
April 2, 2020
The Ghosts of Elaine, Arkansas, 1919
The reasons why the Elaine Massacre of 1919 has remained shrouded and obscure, despite a shocking toll of bloodshed inflicted on the African-American inhabitants of Phillips County, speak to a legacy of white supremacy in the US and ruthless suppression of labor activism that disfigures American society to this day.
September 30, 2019
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