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"System Fail #01: Riots Across America"
@submedia returns with a brand new show, System Fail. This first episode touches on the ongoing rebellion and features an interview with a local Minneapolis organizer.
A friend just got fired for suggesting that they have a black lives matter special and donation jar at work. Anyone in north #seattle looking for a really reliable lead barista?
The funds collected through this fund will go to the immediate release of people protesting the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Manuel Ellis (May 2020). Any remaining funds will continue to be used for future bailout efforts as an ongoing community bail fund project.
Honestly, none of those 10 points are very convincing. The main complaints against things (signal is only one example) are made by people who either don't know how encryption works (running on AWS literally doesn't matter if the messages are properly encrypted) or contain a level of purity politics that is ridiculous, or are personal beefs wrapped up in radical language to try to sound less petty
I know fedi is mostly people who have been hit hard by the layoffs, so all i am really asking is if you can share this link on mainstream social sites if you still have an account on them 🙏
Left Bank Books, an anarchist bookstore in seattle, needs some help:
Britney Spears calls for a general strike, implores fans to “redistribute wealth”
I think I must be experiencing a fever dream
covid, PNW/OR question
@Moss ok, that makes the numbers make sense
"People in prisons, jails, and detention centers are at high risk of infection and have seriously abridged access to health care and hygiene within facilities. The overcrowded and unsanitary conditions of confinement, coupled with inadequate, neglectful, and often punitive responses to medical needs, mean that COVID-19 poses serious risks to this population."
Check out this guide to supporting prisoners during the COVID19 pandemic.
The shock doctrine in action: suspending civil liberties and giving the Trump administration the ability to imprison people without trial
ALERT: "The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the coronavirus spreads through the United States." https://…
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