Monthly Archives: October 2011

In the Age of Obama, Another One Falls to the Puppetmasters: An Open Letter to Jean Quan

In your face, I see generations of women hunched over endless swaths of cloth for over a dozen hours in a row, knotty and pained fingers weaving, threading, stitching, pushing through the routine of debilitating stiffness. In your face, there … Continue reading

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A Glass Slipper and Abundant Blisters

At a leisurely 3 p.m. on Day One, we strolled into Downtown Manhattan and stumbled upon the location where a bevy of activists finally convened after evading the cops for the first half of the afternoon. Hundreds of people had … Continue reading

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