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Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
ColorLines
Hari Kondabolu, the comedian explores the trouble with the animated Indian convenience store clerk through his own experiences and those of actors such as Aziz Ansari and Kal Penn in an hourlong documentary set to air on truTV.
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
Brennan Center for Justice
Last week’s off-year elections provided a window into the role money plays in our politics, and the possibilities for campaign finance for reform across the country.
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
Smithsonian.com
Before the official report came out, the popular scientist took to the presses to paint a dire picture of what nuclear war might look like.
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
TomDispatch
Making Nuclear Weapons Usable Again
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
In These Times
In an era when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are increasingly compromised, and workers in the American food industry are often poorly paid and under-protected, advocates and commentators must consciously work to dismantle the elitism that so often surrounds cultural discussions about food in the United States.
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
Vox
The Punisher is a lot angrier and a lot more incisive than it looks. The Punisher is a story about what violence means to white men.
Posted by Portside on November 19, 2017
In These Times
UE, the union organizing the Second City workers, has recently helped run several successful unionization campaigns with service employees whose jobs are precarious and without benefits, including graduate student workers in Iowa and movie theater concession workers in New England.

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