She cared deeply about connections: between teaching and activism, art and labor, history and practice, and above all, between people.
Bernie Sanders states that common people must unite and fight the one percent to restore democracy that has been hijacked by billionaires.
In addition to the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace, what seems to be needed is an Internet Bill of Rights and a Cyber-Civil Rights Act.
As a socialist, I support Bernie Sanders. But what if the role of a socialist is in fact to support Hillary?
Perhaps Baby-Boomers and Millennials shouldn't be as much at odds as the media would want everyone to believe.
We must not sacrifice people at the "altar of money" - the pope calls on us to amend our ways so we can meet the challenges of climate change, poverty, war, and division.
We are at a pivotal point in a 35-year long rightwing offensive, begun with the Reagan victory in 1980; neo-secession must be met by a renewed motion for freedom and social justice.
Bernie is dealing with real issues: control the 1 % has over the country, power of money in elections, massive disparity between the ultra-rich and millions who live in poverty.
Not since the days of Eugene Debs' bid for the presidency from his prison cell has a socialist candidate garnered so much attention and support.
On June 21, hip-hop artist Fiasco delivered a thoughtful reflection on the bankruptcy and futile nature of white supremacy in human society.