One of the most important things to anyone new to organizing...

Patience IS a REQUIREMENT!

Nothing happens overnight, it takes time and sometimes years and compromise to get the change we need!

Organizing is not easy, it will frustrate and piss you off, but we keep at it!

Not going to leave yet, but really do think that we need to move away from relying on social media and get back to blog posts and interconnecting the discussions that way.

I do wonder if this is a challenge in terms of communication, but when an email has a separate topic to a group wouldnt it make more sense to create a new email thread for a new topic... just saying getting lost in emails on what was suggested where

RT @SolidarityUS@twitter.com

The rise and fall of Local 8 of the IWW, a predominantly Black but integrated union, is the subject of Peter Cole’s gripping Wobblies on the Waterfront. He follows this remarkable union from its total shutdown of the waterfront in a 1913... solidarity-us.org/philadelphia

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From day one of the strike, huge majorities of teachers showed up at their schools every morning to hold the picket lines, together with parents and students. solidarity-us.org/l-a-teachers

“Five hundred CTU members in the Acero charter network struck for a week in December... Teachers in Denver, Colorado, voted 93 percent to authorize a strike...”

labornotes.org/blogs/2019/01/m

Roots of the Far Right... Pasokization... Rising Dangers... Shutting Down Democracy... Strategic Debates...
solidarity-us.org/europes-poli

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The AWC fight is to stop the plant closings, first of all, but also to convert the industry away from its unsustainable reliance on cars and trucks. Here’s the Autoworker Caravan for the 2019 International Auto Show.

solidarity-us.org/auto_worker_

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by way of looking at the seaport, which is argueably not really boston

These closings are despite enormous tax breaks GM has received and will continue to receive. In Detroit there was the destruction of an entire community through the use of eminent domain when they built the now-to-be-closed plant.
solidarity-us.org/no-plant-clo

“The City of Miami has adopted a resolution residents hope will help curb climate gentrification, the phenomenon where as sea levels rise the wealthy displace low-income residents as they relocate from their once desirable coastal locations.”
portside.org/2018-12-15/miami-

Feel like celebrating it, swam 1500 yards freestyle today without stopping followed by 500 yards combo backstroke and breaststroke finally with 200 yards cool down

Finally have a solid install of 14 running from home on an old laptop... Going to see how well organized I can get Deck and Tasks. Starting to think Nextcloud needs its own distro option could easily be up there with a chromebook

It’s a myth, of course, that the refugees are an “invasion force” coming to infiltrate the United States “illegally.” Quite the contrary, they want to reach regular ports of entry and make their applications for asylum — a right they...
solidarity-us.org/caravan_myth

Ooh, hey. Today seems like a good day for a give-away! Boost this in the next 24 hours for a chance to win your choice of one of these three shirts.

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