#introductions Howdy folks! I'm Mike (he/him). I'm living in Seattle at present but relocating to Minneapolis in the next month or so. Looking for ideas on where to live!
I'm interested in socialist politics, theory, organizing, etc. I love bicycles and cycling and (aspirationally) bike activism! Also a big fan of cooking, making and drinking coffee, breweries, and the great outdoors. Also books.
Leave your phone at home!
1. Don't be tracked. Google, Apple, your nosy phone company, and the growing surveillance state can fuck off.
2. Washing it when you come back is a pain in the bum. And if you touched it while out, you do need to wash it.
3. You really don't want to hold a phone or anything right next to your face. If somebody calls and you're in the habit of answering, this can happen without thinking.
4. All trips are short now and you don't need it.
Shout out to everyone I see biking home in scrubs, chef jackets, safety vests, and other signs that you just finished a hard day of work on your feet. Thank you for your labor, and for biking!
If you like neighbors for more neighbors you're gonna love this https://berniesanders.com/issues/housing-all/
@wilsoniya I see there's this location: https://strikewithus.org/?referrer=group-350org-network&source=350org-network
Lemme tell ya though, after one (1) day of Actual Labor, mad respect to anyone who works with their hands or on their feet all day. Raise the minimum wage, socialize healthcare and childcare, etc etc ✊🏻
Political actions critical of unjust wars should be remembered and honored.
"We're all just stewards of the future. And I would ask the committee to be a steward of our city: plan for climate change and pursue more diverse housing."
Seeking fully automated luxury gay space communism.
A community centered on the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, and their surrounding region. Predominantly queer with a focus on urban and social justice issues.