The Working Dead: Reviving the Crowd as a Protagonist
Humanity is not disposable. But disaster films — and neoliberal politics — sure act like it. In the final …
Chas Walker worked for many years as a union organizer in Rhode Island with SEIU 1199 New England. He now lives in Dorchester, Massachusetts, where he works as an independent researcher and writer. His work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Black Issues in Philosophy, and Truthout, and you can follow him on Twitter @chasbwalker.