Okay so this weekend I bought two red bookshelves, one pot, one strappy bra top, one gold necklace and a pair of thigh-highs. I think that makes for at least somewhat reasonable money spending habits.
I know! I have some red and white ones left but I am replacing the black ones that are missing immediately.
From the 24th issue of Spawn. Art by Todd McFarlane.
"Activist culture is often alienating for the average person,” says Connor Allaby of Jane-Finch Action Against Poverty. “If we want to build a broader movement, it will help to resonate with common people.” In the case of environmentalists, if they want to be taken seriously by marginalized communities, they need to become aware of their own individualism. We need to change the structures of our social system, not our light bulbs. Growing one’s own food, or even growing food collectively, is not on its own a means by which injustice can be confronted. Too often, only those with a relative amount of privilege can become involved in projects of this kind, and they can end up retreating from reality into a local utopia, which is no way to push for progressive social change. As the American political theorist Jodi Dean has said, “Goldman Sachs doesn’t care if you raise chickens."