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Why Some Are More Equal Than Others

Richard V Reeves Literary Review
This book, writes reviewer Reeves, "ought to be read by anyone interested in equality, and also anyone interested in people, history, God, politics, religion, nationalism, war or love."

Black History Is Also America’s History: A Reading List

And it’s America’s labor history, too. It’s coming together to fight for freedom and justice. Our Civil, Human and Women’s Rights Department has put together a list of recommended reading for the month.

Friday Nite Videos | December 15, 2023

De-Stigmatizing Sex Work. AI Can Do Your Homework. How Harvard Operates Like a $51 Billion Hedge Fund. How Israeli Settler Violence Forces Palestinians To Flee Their Homes. The Forgotten Populists... Would Reject Trump!

The Forgotten Populists... Would Reject Trump!

The Forgotten Populists were forward-looking progressives opposed to corporate Robber Barons. Their impact on America is an inspiring story, one the media too often misrepresent.

Notes on Craft: Writing in the Hour of Genocide

Fargo Nissim Tbakhi Protean Magazine
An early version of these remarks was delivered as part of the “Palestine as a Craft Question” panel at the Radius of Arab American Writers (RAWI) Fest in Minneapolis, on October 27th, 2023.

How a Young Communist Won and Lost Power in Postwar Japan

Chris Dite Jacobin
Today marks a decade since the death of Japanese communist Toshiko Karasawa. Her courageous life is a testament to the revolutionary potential of anti-imperialism, but also the difficult choices faced by the Left in US client states.
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