Solving income inequality was key to MLK’s dream
NEW: 8,000+ grocery workers at Kroger-owned King Sooper are on strike, demanding an end to Kroger’s greed:
“We get paid enough to survive but not enough to live."
14% experienced homelessness this year and most can’t afford basic expenses, while Kroger’s CEO made $20 million. pic.twitter.com/mnAjSnl39o
— More Perfect Union (@MorePerfectUS) January 14, 2022
Back To Normal Isn’t Enough The Defector
The problem is no longer just the pandemic. It is, more precisely, that our government is blaming the pandemic for problems that it created. We do not deserve to go back to a normal that is so terribly bad for most people. We do not deserve to pay more for worse things. We do not deserve to be sold the lie that it is just more important for companies to make money than it is for us to live. Certainly no one would choose that, if they felt they had a choice.
An Explosion Felt Round the World. Volcanologist Jess Phoenix on the science behind the new eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. New York Magazine
Get Ready for More Volcanic Eruptions as the Planet Warms Scientific American
US to end case against Gang Chen, MIT scientist accused of hiding ties to China South China Morning Post
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