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TALKING ABOUT ORGANIZING

WEBWORK: Quidi Vidi & Virtual Organizing

By Derek Blackadder
In which I speak of muck, walking tours, the changing structure of work, and working-class insurgency — all from Port Union, Newfoundland, the only union-built town in the country.
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POWERING UP OUR POST OFFICE
Happy Mail and a New Economy

By Mojdeh Cox
When I heard that the grassroots organization Friends of Public Services was going to host an event in my hometown all about delivering community power by tapping into Canada Post's full potential, I was intrigued. This is what I learned.
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