By: Mary Croy One of the lasting lessons of the COVID 19 pandemic should be the importance of public health infrastructure. The disastrous response by the federal government and most state and local governments should result in a demand for … Continue reading The Key to Good Health is Public
An interactive poem by Mary Croy Continue reading empire mean time, a poem
On Sunday, November 1, 2020, community activists will hold a socially-distanced all-day event at Capitol Square to honor children and adults who have died at the hands of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or Customs and Border Protection and for all people of color who have been killed by police. Continue reading Support Immigrants, Abolish Ice
The difference is clear: the Madison School Board has a relationship of respect with the union, Madison Teachers Inc. and those it represents. The University of Wisconsin disdains those who work at the University and disrespects their organizations. The anti-union bias of the University places all of us in jeopardy. Continue reading The Union Difference: How Their Power and Influence Affects Everyone’s Safety
Dissatisfied with the University’s reopening plan, campus workers are organizing for a “moral restart” that prioritizes health, safety, and financial stability for all. Continue reading Reopening UW-Madison: A Smart Restart or a Measure of Austerity?
One country’s impressive response to a daunting pandemic Continue reading Learning from Viet Nam’s Response to COVID-19
As Republican governors across the country question whether abortion is an essential service in these times, I know it absolutely is—all the more so because of these times. Continue reading I’m Using My Stimulus Check to Pay For An Abortion
Freeing people from the jail is a life or death proposition. Continue reading There Is A Public Health Crisis in Dane County
We need to build a movement of unions, immigrant rights groups, NGOs, socialists, and other progressive organizations who can collectively exert the kind of power necessary to pressure the state into action. Continue reading Organizing for Real Safety and Security during “Safer at Home”
“My partner told them our income was reduced by half and they emailed us about a proposed payment plan that still required the full rent before the next month’s was due.” Resident Services, Inc. Contact Form Yorktown Estates Phone: 608-233-9533 … Continue reading Yorktown Estates/Resident Services, Inc.