This is the grave of Jesse Helms. Unfortunately born in Monroe, North Carolina in 1921, Helms didn’t fall far from the tree. His father was a racist sheriff who routinely beat and killed black p
Debates are dumb political theater. You should do literally anything else other than watch them. If anything happens of interest, you can read about it later and without wasting the time of watching.
Tech has to be a frontier in 21st century unionization. The libertarian bro culture of Silicon Valley means that it isn’t going to be easy, as these companies have no problem proudly announcing
Margaret Hagerman’s White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America is simply put one of the best books I have read in years. Hagerman, a sociologist, spent time with element
This may not seem like a major issue for the present, but it kind of is. As everyone knows, the local newspaper is basically dead. My parents are long-time newspaper subscribers. Their local daily is
One of the huge problems in the American labor movement has long been the extreme difficulty of large-scaling organizing in the South. Despite the herculean efforts of some great organizers, many of w
This is the grave of Porter Wagoner. Born in 1927 in West Plains, Missouri, Wagoner grew up in a farming family. But from a child, he was taken with increasingly popular genre of country music. In his
On September 9, 1985, the largely Latina workforce in the large frozen food processing facilities in Watsonville, California walked out on strike after employers cut their wages. After a long, brutal