Walking workers back after the one-day strike

Today, I walked a dozen fast food workers back to their jobs the day after they had participated in the one-day strike for a living wage and the right to organize without retaliation. And certainly, I was not alone. We made dozens of trips in large vans over the course of the day, accompanying workersContinue reading “Walking workers back after the one-day strike”

A tale of not two, but three maps

My curiosity piqued a few days ago when I saw this image of two juxtaposed maps over on Folkbum’s blog: What you’re looking at (please correct me if I’m wrong, Jay) on the left is a map of “[Milwaukee] schools with high numbers of poor students [who] perform poorly on tests of academic achievement.” NoteContinue reading “A tale of not two, but three maps”