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What Unions Do

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On December 15, 2022

Unlike left Twitter that had never thought about railroad unions for two seconds before Biden stopped them from striking, I tend to not judge unions I don't really know about.

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New York is studying the impact of environmental racism and injustice in creating conditions that lead to high deaths from COVID-19. The impact should not surprise you: Communities of color that have long lived in the shadow of power plants, highways and waste transfer stations...
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ACAB: The Antebellum Years

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On October 17, 2020
The police have basically always existed as a racist institution. And here's an example of this from mid-19th century New York City. No one individual embodied the brawling roughness of New York policing like Captain Isiah Rynders of the U.S. Marshals. Born in 1804 in...
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The NYPD--that paragon of goodness and morality--is at it again. Tensions are increasingly flaring in black and Hispanic neighborhoods over officers’ enforcement of social-distancing rules, leading some prominent elected officials to charge that the New York Police Department is engaging in a racist double standard...
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