This whole thread, from a Minneapolis councilperson, is a good look into how fundamentally rotten American policing has become. I particularly enjoyed the "the police union is not a real union" explainer. 馃尮

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RT @MplsWard3@twitter.com

I want to be clear: I am about as pro-union as a person can be. The Police Federation should not be thought of as a union. They do not affiliate with the AFL-CIO. They don鈥檛 walk picket lines in solidarity. How do I know? Because I do and I鈥檝e never seen them on a line. Not once.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/MplsWard3/status/1

Woke up to find this in a message from my partner, and it is nice to feel so seen. 馃樄

What are all y'all's trusted sources for reporting and/or analysis about the ongoing protests?

In today's issue of the @twcnewsletter@twitter.com, @but_im_kim_tran@twitter.com writes a lovely and profound invitation to reflect on our relationship to the tech industry we work in.

Read it here: news.techworkerscoalition.org/

And subscribe! news.techworkerscoalition.org/

Every day is a new chapter. A blank page. What will you write in it?

If you want to learn how to make sustainable, community-owned housing governed by the people a _real thing_ in the bay area; may I recommend tomorrow's EBPREC orientation? facebook.com/events/9549637149

#EBPREC | #LandWithoutLandlords | #Coops | #HousingJustice | #HousingCoops

Spotify is buying up all the popular podcasts and removing them from the commons in order to drive you to their platform.

Podcasts have somehow stayed open access, built on standards, and just (mostly) work. Moving them to a proprietary platform just so a few people (ie: not you) can make money is bad for everyone who isn't making money. (ie: you.)

The feline itty bitty "none shall pass" committee demands scritches as hallway toll payment.

It's okay if you didn't get it all done today.

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