Slacker Uprising: The Long Tradition of Anti-Work

A Reddit-driven rejection of labour surged during the pandemic, but it stems from a long tradition. An overlooked history of the anti-work movement and where it fits with modern organizing.

Call for Submissions: EYESUCK ZINE

Submissions Self-aware, witty humour that points to Y2K nostalgia. Comics Poetry Microfiction (500-1000 words) Requirements Must follow the theme of […]

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