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Raising the Ceiling of Political Possibility in Boston

Beth Huang Organizing Upgrade
Michelle Wu's candidacy for Mayor, building on years of work by a variety of grassroots organizations, is cohering the kind of multi-racial coalition that could change the political landscape at both the city and state levels.

“The Billionaires Are Nervous. And They Should Be Nervous.”

An Interview by Oren Schweitzer Jacobin
In an interview, Alexa Aviles discusses her history of education organizing, recent billionaire-funded scaremongering attacks against her, and why she’s running for City Council from South Brooklyn as part of a citywide socialist slate.

Biden Given 100 Progressive Foreign Policy Picks

Kenny Stancil Common Dreams
"There are, in fact, an impressive number of people who could legitimately fill those jobs and question the dominant perspective on foreign policy and national security."

A Message to the Left About Kamala Harris — And Us

Richard Eskow Common Dreams
Should activists sit this election out? Not if you believe in activism. The right tactical call for activists is to elect the politicians they're most able to cajole, persuade, and pressure. That means viewing politicians in a different light...

Friday Nite Videos | Aug 7, 2020

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U.S. History: John Oliver. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Rockin' in the Free World. Parodies in the Time of Coronavirus. Cori Bush Wins Missouri Congressional Democratic Primary. Vote Him Away #2 (The Liar Tweets Tonight).
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