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We are an un-affiliated but well-connected group of people who care about ending modern slavery. We work to educate others, raise public awareness and provide opportunities for collaboration between people who work to end human trafficking or support

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People Against Human Trafficking
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This group is for anyone interested in attending direct actions(protests, rallies, marches, etc.) in the Boston, Massachusetts area. This group isn't for organizing actions it's for posting events that people might not know about.

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The San Francisco Bay Area has a rich history of radical movements and individuals starting in the 1800's and continuing to the present. Movements such as the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World), other forms of anarchism, socialism, communism,­

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Historians
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LAWORCS is a community organization that is a worker cooperative incubator. We educate and empower people to o create small business structured as worker cooperatives.

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Cooperators
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International Workers Day, which falls on May 1st of every year, is celebrated throughout the world (with the conspicuous exception of the United States of America). This holiday finds its origins in an event which occurred in Chicago, in May of 1886

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Society Members
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"Building a more sustainable and just community through economic cooperation". This is a group for anyone who is curious about or is interested in learning about worker owned businesses and cooperative/worker-owned business models. Our goal is to dev

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Cooperators
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Long, but informative: Like-minded folks are working locally on a national effort to correct a major problem, called "corporate personhood," at the root almost every major social injustice and environmental crisis we'd all love to resolve - if only

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Members
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This group is for anyone interested in socialist alternatives to late-stage global capitalism. Members are committed to non-violence and stand in opposition to worker exploitation in the USA and overseas, an economic system that promotes and is depe

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Comrade

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April 9, 2014

This group is for anyone interested in attending direct actions(protests, rallies, marches, etc.) in the Boston, Massachusetts area. This group isn't for organizing actions it's for posting events that people might not know about.

43
Members
January 31, 2014

This group is for anyone interested in socialist alternatives to late-stage global capitalism. Members are committed to non-violence and stand in opposition to worker exploitation in the USA and overseas, an economic system that promotes and is depe

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Comrade
August 4, 2013

"Building a more sustainable and just community through economic cooperation". This is a group for anyone who is curious about or is interested in learning about worker owned businesses and cooperative/worker-owned business models. Our goal is to dev

12
Cooperators
January 31, 2013

The San Francisco Bay Area has a rich history of radical movements and individuals starting in the 1800's and continuing to the present. Movements such as the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World), other forms of anarchism, socialism, communism,­

40
Historians
December 3, 2012

LAWORCS is a community organization that is a worker cooperative incubator. We educate and empower people to o create small business structured as worker cooperatives.

29
Cooperators
July 1, 2011

Long, but informative: Like-minded folks are working locally on a national effort to correct a major problem, called "corporate personhood," at the root almost every major social injustice and environmental crisis we'd all love to resolve - if only

11
Members
December 12, 2010

International Workers Day, which falls on May 1st of every year, is celebrated throughout the world (with the conspicuous exception of the United States of America). This holiday finds its origins in an event which occurred in Chicago, in May of 1886

20
Society Members
March 7, 2007

We are an un-affiliated but well-connected group of people who care about ending modern slavery. We work to educate others, raise public awareness and provide opportunities for collaboration between people who work to end human trafficking or support

390
People Against Human Trafficking
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