What COVID is doing with education, both K-12 and higher ed, is bringing neoliberalism’s chickens home to roost. Decades of decreasing state investment, the encouragement of private fundraising
It’s hard to imagine a more textbook example of how white supremacy operates in the U.S. than this. Lake Solitude it was not. For years, the 35-acre picturesque lake, waterfall and century-old d
Your Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey-02: “What diversity has become, it’s an excuse by Democrats, communists and socialists, basically, to say that we’re not all created equal, t
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On November 26, 1910, a factory building in Newark, New Jersey caught on fire, killing 25 textile workers. This should have been a call to arms for workplace safety reform, but because it was in Newar
On March 10, 1925, the New York Times first reported the story of the so-called Radium Girls, as U.S. Radium Company employee Marguerite Carlough had sued her employer for $75,000 for the horrific hea
The New Jersey Pinelands are a really neat ecosystem, the rare fire-driven ecosystem in the east. I enjoyed hiking there when I was in the area in September. Like everything else though, it is changin
Cory Booker is going to be one very annoying senator.