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Eleanor Bader: Organizing for Peace, Justice, and Equality

Tens of thousands of people joined the Mass Poor People’s and Low-Wage Workers’ Assembly and Moral March on Washington and to the Polls on June 18

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Eleanor Bader: Anti-Russian Bigotry Increases in the US and Beyond Amid Putin’s War on Ukraine

“Making all Russians a universal target of global blame is, simply put, short-sighted and immoral.”

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Eleanor Bader: Colleges Are Using COVID as a Pretext to Make Draconian Cuts to the Humanities

It seems like the height of capitalist exploitation to make precarious workers more precarious and assuming they’ll be willing to do just about anything to keep their jobs

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Eleanor Bader: Activists Are Mobilizing to Create an Eviction-Free United States

“Rent strikers and people at risk of losing their shelter are doing all they can to stop the violence of evictions and promote a vision of collective and community ownership.”

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Eleanor Bader: Right-Wing Orgs Are Enlisting Students in Their War Against Campus Progressives

Groups like Campus Reform work hard to create the illusion that conservatives are a beleaguered minority on campuses

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Eleanor Bader: Colleges Pander to Trump in Effort to Stifle Campus Organizing

Organizers emphasize that they are taking COVID-19 protocols extremely seriously, but say that administrations are exploiting the virus’s threat to crack down on dissent

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Eleanor Bader: Students and Staff Oppose COVID-Inspired Disaster Capitalism on US Campuses

345 colleges consider themselves at risk of closing due to anticipated under-enrollment for the 2020-21 academic year.

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Eleanor Bader: Trump’s Homelessness Czar Seeks to Further Criminalize the Homeless

Millions of families do not have stable, permanent housing, a reality that has hit public education extremely hard

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Eleanor Bader: Should US Public Schools Eliminate Homework?

“Many people are under the impression that homework is something that has to be done”

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Eleanor Bader: Most Restaurant Workers Don’t Earn Enough to Feed Their Own Families

Thirty-six percent of tipped workers employed in eateries, nail salons and car washes rely on food stamps, soup kitchens and Medicaid

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