by Chris Brooks
Do the successes of organizers at Amazon and Starbucks mean the age of slow, methodical and gradual organizing is over? Can workers use a union vote itself as an organizing tool to move quickly and defeat union-busting?
SOURCE: Washington Post
PSL is back, and so is its connection to a centuries old genocide.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
by Arica L. Coleman
The question of who belongs where is a central component of the history of racism, and many scholars have theorized that this collision of race and space helps to codify the constructs of difference and the Other.
UVA’s Andrew W. Kahrl says the Starbuck’s racial incident highlights a problem white northerners long ignored
by Andrew W. Kahrl
Jim Crow existed in the North, too, but in disguise
by Victoria W. Wolcott
On past Memorial Day weekends blacks faced discrimination and open hostility.
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