Intersections #3

Common Action announces the third issue of our quarterly newsletter Intersections. Schools, coffee houses, factories and movie theaters from an anarchist perspective - straight to your neighborhood coffee shop, laundromat, bus stop, you name it!

This issue's contents include:

* Special Ed Forced Labor in Puget Sound Schools
by Jeff Berryhill and Brooke Stepp
* Not Just Strong Coffee, Coffee Strong!
Interview with GI Coffee House organizer Joshua Simpson
by Christa Kilduff
* The Blame Games Against Workers:
Bailouts, the Big Three, and the UAW
by DP Aaron
* Twilight: Hot or Not? Review by Rachel Skeen

Intersections is available as a PDF for reading and single page printing, and 11" x 17" printing.
Individual articles will appear on-line soon. To get a hard copy, or to let us know what you think, hit us up at nwcommonaction@gmail.com

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Christa Kilduff, the dumbest

Christa Kilduff, the dumbest person alive.