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None of this is going to move Trump voters away from voting for their lovely white supremacist, but at least they are getting what they ask for. Here are the 30 congressional districts hit hardest by the new soy tariffs: 25R, 5D — but all 30 districts voted for Trump in '16 (https://t.co/qbb1O0qRI3) pic.twitter.com/5sKATtXuAg — […]

Ag-Gag

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On September 11, 2017

I’ve expressed deep worry about so-called “ag-gag” bills for the past several years, even devoting a section of Out of Sight to the issue. Basically, these are bills that criminalize

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I certainly understand that everyone is paying attention to the nightly treason of Uday and Qusay Trump, but it’s at least worth noting that the Trump Department of Labor will do absolutely nothing about the kids working in North Carolina fields to pick your food, except possibly deport them to their deaths. Every year, North […]
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On February 11, 1903, the Japanese-Mexican Labor Association formed to build racial solidarity among workers against sugar beet farmers near Oxnard, California. This was the first major cross-racial, non-white agricultural union in California. The following strike and victory was a sign of the possibilities of cross-racial organizing in the United States, but the aftermath and […]

The Small Farm

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On February 9, 2017

The mythology of the family farm goes deep in American history. It’s only recently that presidential elections stopped using this mythology for endless ads (if there’s one thing neither ca

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