environmental collapse Show more
Whoa y'all this looks Fantastic????
"The yields can be tremendous: when I visited, 16,000 pounds of greens were being harvested every week. Output like that is a locavore’s dream, especially in Minnesota, where regional produce is scarce during the protracted, frigid winter. Restaurants, corner groceries, supermarkets, and a major hospital—all located in the Twin Cities—couldn’t get enough of the stuff."
@paulference backyard food growing is great! We need more!
"It's Eco-Socialism or Death"
An interview with Kali Akuno from Cooperation Jackson
So this article is inspiring me to REALLY WANT to start or participate in creating a hyper-local manufacturing and growing co-op. Who's already doing stuff like this in the Twin Cities that i could connect with?
Ro vs. Blackface Show more
The thing you have to keep in mind about blackface is that it is a marker for a period in time where it was popular to dehumanize and make light of the suffering of Black Americans.
Whenever you see white people doing it, whether they be young or old, they are keeping this tradition alive. Further, we still constantly see these attitudes at play today.
It keeps coming back b/c white America still has yet to deal with that history.
inspired by , Neighborhood Org Socialist Take Show more
Things Neighborhood organizations could be great at:
Lawn care tool libraries
Skill sharing classes
Community gardens and local food
Organized snow shoveling
New business support
Enticing new neighbors to move
Neighborhood sports competitions
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