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📛 📛 📛 here is an article about antisemitism that should be MANDATORY for every leftist to read: 📛 📛 📛
no, seriously, read it. ALL of it, NOW (okay, it's very long, you probably don't have to read it all at once). if you don't read it, i will officially revoke your status of being on the left and call you a liberal ;P.

📛 📛 📧 please boost the hell out of this toot and talk about this important topic! (also, consider copying the contents of this toot and putting then into a toot of your own, like those chain letters everybody hates) 📧 📛 📛

@Laura_I Very true. Your comment also made me think of this I remembered reading years ago. Participation in oppressive systems is not always visible to those enmeshed in them.

Just because different groups experience *different* oppression doesn't mean one group gets to tell the other that they are not oppressed.

Plus a lot of the time, the people saying a group is not oppressed are part of the people oppressing them.

If you live in Oz, don't mourn for Labor's loss, organize.

The Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation:

Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Australia:

How To Make Trouble And Influence People: howtomaketroubleandinfluencepe

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der Lurch in der Politik,
das Gesindel an der Macht ..

nicht sehenswert:
die PK, wirklurch das Allerletzte

'I didn’t have time to be anyone’s muse... I was too busy rebelling" Surrealist painter Leonora Carrington #womensart

Born of a Jamaican mother and American father, 'Pixie' Colman Smith was an illustrator, writer, occultist, traditional storyteller and magician who illustrated/co-designed the Rider-Waite tarot, 1st edition (1909) #womensart

Illustration for Margaret Atwood's 'The Handmaid's Tale' by Italian illustrator twins, Anna & Elena Balbusso #womensart

Anila Quayyum Agha, Shimmering Mirage, 2016 Pakistani American artist who creates installations using light and shadows #womensart

Harlem Renaissance sculptor Augusta Savage working on a sculpture in New York, 1938, photographed by Hansel Mieth, German-born photojournalist #womensart

Dutch Golden Age painter Judith Leyster, Self portrait, c.1633, Leyster became largely forgotten after her death, and her entire work was at first attributed to painter Frans Hals or to her husband #womensart

Japanese artist Akie Nakata (known as Akie) turns found stones and rocks into animal paintings #womensart

'Girls Gance #2' by painter Betty Acquah, one of Ghana's new generation of pioneering artists #womensart

The embroidery of contemporary Peruvian born textile artist Ana Teresa Barboza #womensart

Asking for help, please boost. 

Okay, making it through this month is proving to be harder than expected. We're still waiting for the DWP to pay us (we've had nothing since the end of January) and I have -£6 in the bank and a £70 broadband/phone bill to pay. If you can spare a little cash, it'd help us hugely. Thank you! (Boosts very much appreciated.)

okay this may sound really dumb but I'm gonna ask it anyway (sustainability, music, computers) 

I'm thinking about trying to experiment with synthesizers to make music, but I want to make music for a more sustainable world. I already worry about the electricity used, but I'm certain we can figure out a way to make that not as much of an issue. The components that make up electronics and electronic instruments are what I'm more worried about. I'm having trouble researching how sustainable making computer chips and circuit boards and etc is. Can anyone help me out?

Hey y'all. Are any of you organizing for abortion causes? Or thinking about it? (extremely Marvin Berry voice) well listen TO THIS

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