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The problem isn’t just that wages are too low. It’s also wage theft by employers. It’s the conditions workers have faced during this crisis — and always. Not only do we need to raise the wage, we need to make sure EVERY worker has the right to organize and to join a union.
We're literally watching the largest labor movement in modern American history happen in the form of paper signs taped to the windows of fast-food and fast-casual restaurants! https://t.co/yg393GZG0P
If people aren't returning to work, it's because: A) they're being paid poverty wages B) they want health care that won't bankrupt them C) they need child care D) they want you to treat them with dignity E) they want you to recognize their humanity F) all of the above https://t.co/uWZkp2Z8NX
The United States must broker a ceasefire. The violence in Israel and Gaza must end. The situation is escalating. People are sheltered, afraid to go to schools or houses of worship. The stories are heartbreaking. Congress and @POTUS must act immediately. No one wins with war.
It’s imperative that we consciously reframe the Israel/Palestine discussion to one of ethnic cleansing, imperialism, and systemic racism: the central themes. Lazily reverting to a “two religions that can’t get along” narrative erases the power dynamics that created the apartheid.