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A middle school teacher explains why we can’t just throw all of our lessons online in the face of COVID-19 and pretend that education is continuing as usual.
Robert Cuffy gives a speech at a march in New York City on Juneteenth, drawing on the words of Guyanese revolutionary Walter Rodney.
Gerald Smith speaks at today’s Juneteenth West Coast port shutdown against racist police violence, continuing the ILWU’s long history of waging anti-racist struggles as class struggles.
Three domestic workers from India talk about how the pandemic has exacerbated the worst features of working in the informal economy.
Police racism isn’t aberrant but is constitutive of a material and practical system of white supremacy embodied in state power.
A NYC teacher provides an account of being severely beaten by the NYPD for simply violating an 8 pm curfew.
Interview with James Brooke about his graphic vignettes from Bartending the Apocalypse, and excerpts from the work. More available on Instagram: @bartendingintheapocalypse
An interview with ILWU’s Clarence Thomas on race, class, and longshore work in relation to the current round of uprisings