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An interview with Mark Bray: Mark Bray is a lecturer in history at Dartmouth College, and author of Antifa, The Anti-Fascist Handbook. | Against the Current

solidarity-us.org/atc/194/anti

"The truckers’ strike is shaking Brazil. After seven days of strikes and blockades, shortages of food and fuel are affecting the entire country."

internationalviewpoint.org/spi

"This Second International Ecosocialist Manifesto, written in 2008 by Joel, Ian and myself, was signed by hundreds of ecosocialists from 40 countries"
twitter.com/SolidarityUS/statu

The company had sought to conceal the contract through a third-party contractor known as ECS Federal, a company in Virginia. But when news broke, Google began working to calm the nerves of employees and outside critics.

theintercept.com/2018/06/01/go

"What is this rebellion and where is it going? What should be our attitude toward it as Americans on the left?"

newpol.org/content/nicaragua-w

"Bringing together radical spirituality, Marxist socialism and an ecological cosmovision, Joel Kovel is an unrepentant fighter against 'the Enemy of Nature' — and of Humanity: Capitalism." twitter.com/SolidarityUS/statu

The employee reaction was very strong against Project Maven. Diane Greene stepped in, trying to tamp down the concern by insisting... [it] was for strictly non-offensive purposes. ...people weren’t persuaded.

jacobinmag.com/2018/06/google-

"Thousands of employees have signed a petition asking Google to cancel its contract for the project, nicknamed Project Maven, and dozens of employees have resigned in protest. "

gizmodo.com/google-plans-not-t

"We felt that the most of the Left had not yet understood the need for an ecological turn, and we believed one should attempt to contribute to such a reorientation." twitter.com/SolidarityUS/statu

"Many come from Asia, Africa, and the United States. The school’s mission is to recruit students from low-income and marginalized communities, where they are encouraged to return, after they graduate, to practice medicine."
newyorker.com/science/elements

In November 2012, fast-food workers in New York went on strike and the Fight for $15 was born.
laborcenter.berkeley.edu/at-th

A great thread from our comrade @clementdraper@twitter.com on the “Contradictions of trade” “twitter.com/SolidarityUS/timel

"The echoes of the Battle of Blair Mountain, the nation’s largest armed labor uprising, still reverberate throughout West Virginia’s rolling hills—and its classrooms."

brownpoliticalreview.org/2018/