Brandon, Katie, and Sam discuss the meaning of work and the Great Resignation. Americans are leaving their jobs in droves - primarily, Gen Z and Millenials while the baby boomers continue clutching their desks. Listen in for a discussion about how the pandemic has exacerbated perennial issues with the American understanding of labor.
Weekly Baptisms Are Available for Parishioners Who Do Not Bathe Regularly
- Daily Beast | Please, Famous White People, Stop Telling Us You Don't Bathe
- Business Insider | Celebrities Have Spoken Out About How Little They Bathe. That's Easier If You're White
- Salon | Why do we even care which celebrities bathe? An investigation.
- Mic | Bragging about not bathing your kids is a blatant act of white privilege
Texas Abortion Law
- HuffPost | 'This Is Untenable': Supreme Court Liberals Slam Decision On Texas Abortion Ban
- NPR | Supreme Court Upholds New Texas Abortion Law, For Now
- Washington Post | Biden says restrictive Texas abortion law is 'almost un-American,' creates 'vigilante system.'
WORD OF POD: ON THE GREAT RESIGNATION AND THE MEANING OF WORK
The Text (Articles from Our Discussion)
- Vox | The Death of the Job
- Forbes | 'The Great Resignation': Why Gen Z Is Leaving the Workforce In Droves... And What to Do About It
For Further Reading
- Toni Morrison | The Origin of Others
- Priscilla Murolo | From the Folks Who Brought You the Weekend: A Short, Illustrated History of Labor in the United States
- Philip Dray | There Is Power in a Union: The Epic Story of Labor in America
- Claud Anderson | Black Labor, White Wealth: The Search for Power and Economic Justice
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