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Hadley Suter : The Maternal Instinct Vs. the Realities of Unwaged Labor

Graphic from The Motherhood Manifesto.The maternal instinct versusthe realities of unwaged labor I’ve been worried sick over the past nine months that I’m about to turn into a mommy-slave — and like it. By Hadley Suter | The Rag Blog … finish reading Hadley Suter : The Maternal Instinct Vs. the Realities of Unwaged Labor

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Harry Targ : Culture and the Cuban Experience

The Cuban band Sierra Maestra was formed at the University of Havana in 1976.Economics, politics, and culture:The Cuban experience Culture can be revolutionary when it expresses pain, implies a better life, and extends the experiences of some to others… By … finish reading Harry Targ : Culture and the Cuban Experience

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Marc Estrin : Mob ‘n Maul

Buddy Christ statue from the movie Dogma.MOB ‘N MAUL By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / December 30, 2010 We seem to be bombarded lately by “random acts of culture” both in the real world (if such a place … finish reading Marc Estrin : Mob ‘n Maul

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Houston Alternative Media : Telling It Like It Was

Underground in H-Town. Art by Shelby Hohl / Museum of Printing History.Underground [history] in H-Town:Veteran journalists compare notesOn counterculture and alt media By Raj Mankad / May 24, 2010 [Raj Mankad is the editor of Cite magazine, the “architecture and … finish reading Houston Alternative Media : Telling It Like It Was

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Liam Clancy : Putting the Irish in Folk

>Above, Liam Clancey. Below, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem.The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem:Irish music and the American folk scene By Carl R. Hultberg / The Rag Blog / December 17, 2009 In the beginning it was William Clancy, … finish reading Liam Clancy : Putting the Irish in Folk

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Claude Lévi-Strauss : ‘La Pensée Sauvage’

Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss: dead at 100.Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss:Making sense of la pensée sauvage By Carl R. Hultberg / The Rag Blog / November 4, 2009 In French sauvage means wild, not necessarily savage. In our language savage means aggressive, a … finish reading Claude Lévi-Strauss : ‘La Pensée Sauvage’

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