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Your Hungry Apparel Workers

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On December 3, 2020
Look down at your shoes. Take a look at your shirt. Check out the tag. Where was it made? Then think about the workers who made it. Preferably after not eating for 16 hours. Because that’s their lives. The Workers Rights Consortium has a new report about hunger in the apparel supply chains that has […]

American Justice

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On December 3, 2020

Of course! Three women arrested last year as part of a high-profile “human trafficking” sting in Florida were sentenced recently as part of plea agreements with Palm Beach County prosecuto

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Since I’ve been talking about child labor again thanks to the Supreme Court case and Neil Kaytal’s immoral life choices, it’s worth making tonight’s film Children Who Labor, from 1912. This film, created by the National Child Labor Committee, is a melodrama showing the horrors of child labor, the indifference of the capitalist class, and […]
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Merica!

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On December 2, 2020
Again, while Donald Trump and the like are utter disasters in terms of leading the nation through the pandemic, the actual choices of Americans demonstrate that the rot and personal irresponsibility goes far deeper than just a few elected officials (not to mention of course that the argument that the problem just Trump is a […]
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Comrade Hawley is really pushing the populist rhetoric these days unlike those sellout Dems! Let me explain this to you. Corporate liberals are woke capitalists. The corporatists love critical race theory and all the other warmed-over Marxist garbage. They sell out working Americans and sneer at them at the same time. That’s the New Left […]
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