Good article for thinkering about an ethics of care for those who are most vulnerable during this pandemic… Close to 3 percent of U.S. adults take immunosuppressive
A couple of links to very helpful information for those who have never given much consideration to how the US/Mexico border represents and enforces American Imperialism and settler colonialism. For most Americans, there is a lot still to learn; these are good starting places.
There absolutely has been a breach of trust between employer and worker, but it’s not up to us – the underpaid and the stressed-out and
Rather than radicalizing them, I am more radicalized by all these millenials and zoomers who long to comprehend the world they are inheriting from people like me.
A bit of knowledge-gathering for making restorative justice a part of my way of life.
The Cotton Belt in the Southern USA—the area of almost total cotton growing through Jim Crow—has a lot in common with the history of the folx oppressed in the West Indies. We would do well to think about what we share in common.