One of America’s most popular business opportunities is financially jeopardizing millions.
Source: Multilevel-marketing companies like LuLaRoe are forcing people into debt and psychological crisis
It’s an unfortunate but not surprising consequence of an event without a clear purpose—or an understanding of feminist history.
Source: Women’s strike 2017: “A Day Without a Woman” is going to be mostly a day without privileged women — Quartz
A basic income could defeat the scarcity mindset, instil a sense of solidarity and even ease the anxieties that gave us Brexit and Trump
Source: Basic income isn’t just a nice idea. It’s a birthright | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian
When billionaire businessmen take charge of government, chaos seems to follow. The latest corporate thing is direct control of government by businessmen. It’s not as if they didn’t do i…
Source: 30,000 Illinois state workers begin strike authorization vote.
“The UFT has never been involved in our school or raised any issues or concerns before now.”
Source: UFT files labor complaint against KIPP charter school | Chalkbeat
When I decided to start teaching a class on the history of food in 2013 I did so for one primary reason. As a graduate student at Brown I had read Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma and it changed the way I looked at food. But as transformative as the book was for me there was always a part of
Source: ‘I lie to them’: Food History as Labor History in the Classroom