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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, October 6, 2018.


Including links to over 765 websites and over 20 highlighted items featuring:

Feature Article | 12 Self-Care Tips If You're Struggling To Deal With Everything Today, Nicole Pajer, Huffington Post

  • news surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the Supreme Court has been hard for victims of sexual assault and harassment. Gabriella Demczuk-Pool/Getty Images
  • Experts share what you can do for your mental health amid news that Brett Kavanaugh will likely be confirmed.

Publisher's Choice | Planning to Vote in the November Election? Why Most Americans Probably Won’t. Sabrina Tavernise, the New York (NY) Times

  • Lula Hill said she has grown disillusioned with politicians and no longer votes.CreditCreditMaddie McGarvey for The New York Times
  • “I just got to the point, I said, ‘I’m not going do it anymore,’” said Ms. Hill, sitting on a couch in the lobby of the hotel she owns and runs, the Hotel Madison, 30 miles south of Charleston. “I just can’t vote for any of them in good conscience.”

Of Special Interest | Don't thank Bezos for giving Amazon workers a much-needed raise. Matt Stoller, the Guardian

  •‘The harm induced by Amazon is very real.’
  • Jeff Bezos runs a powerful monopoly that causes him to exert huge power and control. We shouldn’t be praising him but tackling his power.
  • Related: Amazon Is Used to Promote White Supremacist Merchandise and Views

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In Government & Politics | Socialist Revolution:  fighting against the bosses for the election of a workers’ government by mobilizing the working-class majority in the workplace, unions, streets, and at the polls, 

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Government & Politics

Meme: Russian & American Roulette


A Few Good Men: Portraits of Homelessness, Daniel Lichtenstein-Boris, LA Progressive

  • man held a sign on a piece of used cardboard, the word “Hungry” scrawled with a black magic marker. Istopped, and offered him a banana out of my lunch bag.  He said he didn’t eat them.  I dug into the bag.  I had some walnuts and raisins, which I offered.  He ate walnuts, and his partner, well, she ate raisins.
  • Related: Special Report | The Franklin Hiawatha Encampment

Law & Justice

The Nationwide Prison Strike: Beyond Mass Incarceration, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • 1: The Nationwide Prison Strike: Why It’s Happening and What It Means for Ending Mass Incarceration
  • It was time to launch a national prison strike to raise awareness around the brutality of mass incarceration.
  • Part 2: Beyond Mass Incarceration
  • How the deleterious effects of the drug wars go far beyond just those who end up in prison, from stop-and-frisk to the use of police informants.

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