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In this issue
Mayor Muriel Bowser and the housing fund she mismanaged
The vehicle Mayor Bowser is using to build more affordable units is not well managed, and her administration has a history of using it to reward developers that do not perform the best.
On education, Mayor Bowser's talk is too cheap
Gains the Mayor has made in improving DC’s public education system have been undermined by a callous approach to workers, funding mismanagement, and a disregard for transparency and open communication.
Mayor Bowser's botched public safety policy
It's simple to wave your hand and say you will hire an unrealistic number of police officers. But reality is more complicated than that.
How Socialists Can Flood the Zone in DC's Local Politics
By laying a foundation of civic and political education in local Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the DSA can equip and prepare socialists to vie for power in the District.
We should have known: the Left can no longer rely on the courts
The battle for basic rights is about to get tougher. So must the Left.
Making art inside capitalism (w/ Claire Alrich)
After The Storm
On DC's DIY scene, explorations of beauty, and deploying novel artist feedback mechanisms.
RIP: David Marcuse, 1948-2022; Common Concerns, 1980-1991
On April 7, the DMV lost an important figure in the history of DC's left-wing currents.
Thoughts on Queer Liberation & other radical concepts (w/Marie Lewis)
After The Storm
On capitalism, abortion rights, and queer rights.