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Palestine

20 May 2021

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I’ve been feeling a great need to revisit a reply I made, last week, to a tweet by Sheeza Shah, a Muslim advocate for social justice and solidarity economy whose home is in the U.K. Shah, whom I don’t know well but have connection with through friendship between Solidarity Hall  …

Briefly

21 Jan 2021updated : 28 Sep 2022

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I’ve made a little push to add some blog functionality in the last couple of days here — something I’d been side-track scheming for a few months without getting to. In a strict sense, you could say, it’s a separate blog, but the practical end is that I have a  …

Business

9 Dec 2020updated : 14 Dec 2020

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In May this year I stepped for the first time, in a formal way, into the labor organizing world, joining the National Writers Union. I’m not primarily a writer at present (nor aim to be) and by and large in my working life haven’t had writing-centric roles as employee, so  …

Among the Nazis

11 Oct 2020

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A lot of us are thinking more than we might’ve once been used to about fascism these days, and I’m no exception. I was already thinking about the subject a good deal — partly through my part in a modest, sort of oddly enduring project called Solidarity Hall, which has  …

Abolition & freedom

1 Oct 2020

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Below, an excerpt from a podcast-produced interview with Ruth Wilson Gilmore by Chenjerai Kumanyika for The Intercept, from June. I didn’t learn of it until a few days ago (via another, recent, with Mariame Kaba). So it wasn’t in mind when I wrote that long June post, of course, but  …

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