E6.3: “The world we deserve” with Rose Bookbinder

June 19, 2020 00:42:18
E6.3: “The world we deserve” with Rose Bookbinder
Socialism in the Time of Corona
E6.3: “The world we deserve” with Rose Bookbinder
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The last of three political biographies this week with Rose Bookbinder of the Pioneer Valley Workers' Center: food insecurity during the pandemic among the essential workers, the difference between workers’ centers and unions, and some reasons for hope over the next few years. Please donate to their pandemic support fund for undocumented workers in the area.

 

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