Arizmendi Bakery’s Bread-Based, Worker-Owned Movement

Everyone is an owner at cooperatives like Arizmendi. by Grace Li • 11/21/2019 ( If the United States decided its presidency based on a popular vote, Donald Trump wouldn’t be in the White House right now. It’s something that Sue Lopez, a worker-owner at Arizmendi Bakery, thinks about when talking about Arizmendi’s cooperative working… Continue reading

Articles ~ Actions ~ Events for Sunday, 12/1 – Wednesday, 12/4 (from Adrienne Fong)

Hope Everyone is SAFE! Am not back posting on a regular basis – Please post your events on Indybay:     Thank you to all who are – See Indybay for other events. ACCESSIBILITY: Please include Accessibility Information on events!  ARTICLES: A. Violent explosion in Afrin  – November 29, 2019 B. Israel to build 11,000… Continue reading

‘Existential Threat to Civilization’: Planetary Tipping Points Make Climate Bets Too Dangerous, Scientists Warn

November 28, 2019 by Common Dreams “I don’t think people realize how little time we have left,” said one co-author of a new paper warning that the systems of the natural world could cascade out of control sooner than was previously thought. by Jon Queally, staff writer While the Intergovernmental… Continue reading

Public bank activist to take on Wiener in 2020 state Senate race

Jackie Fielder with the SF Public Bank Coalition speaks on Tuesday Nov. 12, 2019 at a rally where Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer announced legislation to create a city public bank. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner) Indigenous organizer’s platform includes tenant protections, free education, health care LAURA WAXMANN Nov. 26, 2019 11:00… Continue reading

Amid National Surge, New Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Top Democrat in New Hampshire

November 27, 2019 by Common Dreams “Bernie is in the pocket of #BigUs,” supporters are saying. “Pass it on.” by Jon Queally, staff writer Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigns at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. (Photo: Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Enjoying a national… Continue reading

If Medicare for All ‘Too Risky,’ How Would NYT Have Reported Push for Social Security, Abolition, or the Overthrow of King George III?

November 27, 2019 by Common Dreams If this is how they cover the effort to secure health care as a human right, I began to wonder how  the Times editorial staff cover other momentous changes in American history. by Mark Dudzic A middle-aged man reading the ‘New York Times’ in an armchair… Continue reading