Common Weal director Robin McAlpine challenges the perception of public ownership that has been promulgated by its enemies WHAT is it about the UK's chattering class that causes them to get so confused about the pretty straightforward United Nations Resolution 1803? Some of it is ignorance, but it's also virulent free-market ideology.
Well, #ParentPainters is looking like a terrific success, with lots of people taking part, and we felt it was time to provide some updated details!
#ParentPainters started as a monthly paint along for the ParentPlayers, a group of parents who meet up for infrequent (3 times a year) sessions at Warha...
On Twitter, Melissa Fabello shared a text where a friend had asked if she had the emotional/mental capacity to listen to them vent about some things. I thought Melissa made some good points about healthy boundaries, emotional capacity, and open communication.
The progress I’ve been making with projects like https://lwa.black.af and https://fortress.black.af are giving me more hope in seeing what I’d like to for the IndieWeb. I really want to build stuff that I can gladly show to friends and help them join as well.
AKA the answer to all those people who ask "why isn't there an International Men's Day?" on International Women's Day. Guess what: there is, and it's today.
In the list of identities I carry, being a man isn't something I think about most of the time. Which, of course, is part of the hidden privileg...
We spoke to Locavore founder Reuben about whether growing and distributing food locally was the answer to Scotland's concerns surrounding food production and the climate emergency. "WE’RE using food as a tool for social good [...] what good is it doing for the local economy?"