Sure, there’s a job out there for anyone who can get to an interview sober and standing upright. The price, though, may be one’s basic civil rights and self-respect.
The politics of other women’s work.
In June 1998 I left behind everything that usually soothes and sustains me - home, career, companion, reputation, ATM card - and become part of the low-wage workforce.
The U.S. government and U.S. drug companies maintain a systematic and intentional double standard for the sale of contraceptives. (Written in 1977.)
In defiance of all reason and compassion, the criminalization of poverty has actually been intensifying as the recession generates ever more poverty.