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snow pasaran ❄️ 7h
The new joint is 💥💥
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A good thread on Joe Hill in the 103rd anniversary of his death
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TheMagnificast☭🚩⛪️ 15h
Just in time for Christmas! Give your mom a card with a radical mom on it!
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DSA Veterans Working Group 🌹 Nov 17
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it’s your duty, it’s our duty, it’s the duty of all who demand a better world and liberation for all ¡No pasarán!
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DSA National Design Committee Nov 16
You never hear about the politics of famous artists, do you? Rene Magritte belived surrealism was political, upending the logic of a class that saw its domination as rational and inevitable
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John Leavitt 🌹 Nov 10
Oh rather then retweeting it’s a lot easier to just go .... thread
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Eastern Branch Nov 16
Have you seen this one? Udo Keppler's "The Seeds of Socialism", 1908:
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DSA National Design Committee Oct 29
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This basically a 1917 Simpsons meme
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aesthetic socialism Nov 13
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Modern Brussels: “But what’s remarkable about Savonnerie Heymans and Le Lorrain isn’t just their pleasing architecture; it’s that, unlike the Spanish projects, they’re located on high-value lots in lively neighborhoods, avoiding the problem of working-class siloing.”
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DSA National Design Committee Nov 16
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Thanks to the for creating this!
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You never hear about the politics of famous artists, do you? Rene Magritte belived surrealism was political, upending the logic of a class that saw its domination as rational and inevitable
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DSA National Design Committee Oct 18
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We particularly like these!
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DSA National Design Committee Nov 9
Hey! It’s aka Flynn Nicholls with his comic feature WHO’S LEFT! This one is about the potential of Medicare For All and the social model of disability!
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