Media, politics and culture.
But it in certainly not a radical initiative—at least by American standards.
1. Pete Seeger, Solidarity Forever
2. Sweet Honey in the Rock, More Than a Paycheck
3. The Clash, Career Opportunities
4. Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sixteen Tons
5. Judy Collins, Bread and Roses
6. Dolly Parton, 9 to 5
7. Woody Guthrie, Union Burying Ground
8. Phil Ochs, The Ballad of Joe Hill
9. Hazel Dickens, Fire in the Hole
10. Gil Scott-Heron, Three Miles Down
Bonus Track: The Kinks, Get Back in Line
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1. Getting Organized
—Rasheen Aldridge and Tito Gardner
2. Walking Out in St. Louis
—Christopher Walter, Jr.
3. Walking Out Everywhere
4. Justice for Reefa Hernandez
5. Justice for John Crawford
6. Justice for Chicago
7. History for Student Rights
8. Student Unionism Rising
9. What Wouldn’t Marco Rubio Do?
10. Who’s Next?
This article is a joint publication of TheNation.com and Foreign Policy In Focus.
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