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Barista. 20. Chicago.

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292 notesreblog "Whether we work in coal mines or coffee shops, on factory assembly lines or at grocery store conveyer belts, whether we are undocumented, single mothers, or queer, as working class people we are all similarly deprived of the wealth we create. To assign a revolutionary role to the working class does not mean to value miners, construction workers, or factory workers (all very masculine roles) over social groups such as the undocumented or the unemployed (themselves segments of the working class). The working class does not simply exist in relation to the Factory; we exist in relation to our landlords in apartment complexes, in relation to our neighborhoods and our neighbors, and so forth. In short, the working class is immersed in a world far more expansive than their place of work. Working class revolution should never be confused for workplace revolution."
Revolution in our Lifetime: Building a Revolutionary Movement (via herbivorexvx)

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Petrograd, 1919
“DEATH TO THE BOURGEOISIE AND ITS ALLIES LONG LIVE RED TERROR!!”
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So stoked to finally be moving into this kickass apartment with my two favorite goons @sweatygirl76 and @elena_becerril
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