An actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 

An actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 

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fuckyeahdollsofcolor:

My New Ajuma!  by CHO:LO on Flickr.
[Numina Ajuma in a custom gown & wig —MOD]

fuckyeahdollsofcolor:

My New Ajuma! by CHO:LO on Flickr.

[Numina Ajuma in a custom gown & wig —MOD]

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But under the guise of innovation and progress, companies are stripping away worker protections, pushing down wages, and flouting government regulations. At its core, the sharing economy is a scheme to shift risk from companies to workers, discourage labor organizing, and ensure that capitalists can reap huge profits with low fixed costs.

"Against Sharing: ‘Sharing economy’ companies like Uber shift risk from corporations to workers, weaken labor protections, and drive down wages."

Uber and Lyft are awful for so many reasons. If you’re in a position to potentially take them, please don’t. In addition to horrific labor practices, they’re terribly inaccessible.

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Let go of people who have already let go of you.
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I am so sorry to all the people I hurt while I was hurting.
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chicagotribune:

Saturday was Chicago’s first “slow roll," a growing biking movement in which groups of bicyclists leisurely coast through struggling communities before rallying to support a local business.

chicagotribune:

Saturday was Chicago’s first “slow roll," a growing biking movement in which groups of bicyclists leisurely coast through struggling communities before rallying to support a local business.

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