I Want to Hear it From the Workers: My Hope for Pandemic Literature

Featured Image: United Nations COVID-19 Response I read Zadie Smith’s Intimations near the end of my quarantine, just before I was called back to work. The book is a collection of short essays written during the early months of lockdown that reflect on the current COVID-19 pandemic. Intimations is the first book marketed as a…

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Democrats Lost A Generation Of Voters, And It’s Their Own Damn Fault

Featured Image: Vidar Nordli-Mathisen Bernie Sanders officially suspended his presidential campaign on April 8th, 2020. His campaign was symbolic of hope and revolution, so it was a clear celebration for the Democratic establishment and liberal elites to have him gone. The movement he began when he announced his candidacy in 2015 energized millions of voters, most…

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Working People, Not The Stock Market, Are The Economy

Featured Image: Daria Shevtsova COVID-19 has become a worldwide pandemic that has exposed the fragility and dysfunctional nature of the American capitalist system, a system that many Americans already knew was unsustainable. Even more so, it has exposed the system’s willingness to risk the lives and well-being of the working class in order to save…

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