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Minneapolis está preparada para ser la primera ciudad del medio oeste en aprobar el salario mínimo de 15 $ la hora. Después de tres años de campaña iniciada por Socialist Alternative y 15 Now, apoyada...

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Facing corporate and right-wing attacks under a Trump presidency, our healthcare, livelihoods, and environment are under siege. In Minneapolis, the campaign to elect Ginger Jentzen to City Council Ward 3 is fighting against corporate power...

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Tonight, please come with us to the capitol VERDICT IS IN – NOT GUILTY : The whole world is watching! #philandocastile #blacklivesmatter Transcript below: Officer Jeronimo Yanez murdered Philando Castile. He shot him seven times,...

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Vote Ginger Jentzen interviewed by The Young Turks at The People’s Summit talking about independent socialist politics! “We cannot possibly serve two bosses as elected representatives. You cannot serve the interests of big business at...

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Minneapolis is poised to be the first midwestern city to pass a $15 an hour minimum wage. Following a three year campaign initiated by Socialist Alternative and 15 Now, and embraced by the wider labor and...

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Don’t Let Corporate Cash Buy this Election! Low-wage workers have organized for two years to force $15 an hour to the center of Minneapolis’ 2017 elections. Today, I’m excited to see a growing list of...

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The Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA), a union of 20,000, consisting mostly of Registered Nurses, is the first major union endorsement for Ginger Jentzen’s campaign for Minneapolis City Council. Last year, the MNA went out on...

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Socialist Alternative interviewed Ginger Jentzen, a leading activist in Minneapolis 15 Now and member of Socialist Alternative who is running for Minneapolis City Council in Ward 3. Visit her website at GingerJentzen.org to follow her...

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Packing into a nightclub in the heart of NE Minneapolis on January 25, a crowd of 250 cheered as Socialist Alternative member Ginger Jentzen declared her candidacy for City Council in Ward 3. A former...

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