America’s Deadly Car Fetish

I just watched two videos, one after the other, that brought an idea so sharply into my mind it was as if providence herself inspired the thought. The first video was an interview on The Roads With Beau with Kim Kelly on her months of journalistic work with the striking miners at Warrior Met Coal. It’s a great interview, full of talk about worker cooperatives, mutual aid, unions, and other great stuff going down in the rural deep south.

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Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations.

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