Moral Monday – Sex Workers Rights In The Political Process

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Hey gang. 
It’s Moral Monday in The Wine Cellar 7/2/18
We find it moral to support Sex Workers Rights and gosh darn hope Alexandria Ocasio Cortez does as well. 
We’ll lead off with that and get into our Wine Cellar news and comment that you know we’re going to do. 

Thanks for checking us out. 

 

 
 
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SMITHFIELD, Ky. — All Curtis Coombs wanted was to raise cows and run his family’s dairy farm in this slice of Kentucky hill country, less than 35 miles from Louisville. But a few weeks ago, he was forced to sell his milking herd of 82 cows, putting an 
 
 The struggles of American dairy farmers haven’t extended to their peers north of the border. Canada’s government runs a supply management system that controls the nation’s dairy, egg and poultry output. Canada uses the system to enforce domestic producSee More
 
 
 
 
 
 
'NO PITY by Kristina Wong and Nerio Badman Music Produced by Nerio Badman Shot on location in Nabiganda Butaleja District, Uganda The people in the video are family, community, and neighbors in Nerio’s home village. They all consented to be filmed for this production. This song was recorded in 2013 when Kristina was volunteering in Northern Uganda for VACNET and by accident met Nerio and other local rappers in the street. Within the same hour she was invited to collaborate on a rap album called MZUNGU PRICE which continues to play on the radio and in nightclubs in Northern Uganda. The story of meeting these guys is played out in her touring solo show “The Wong Street Journal.” This video was shot in March 2018. Listen to the whole album here: kristinawong.bandcamp.com Learn more about the Empire Records Uganda and Empire Films Next Level Epics that produced this music and video here: https://www.facebook.com/empirerecordsuganda/ For more on Kristina Wong www.kristinawong.com www.twitter.com/mskristinawong patreon.com/kristinawong www.instagram.com/mskristinawong For more CONTEXT and CRITICAL DISCOURSE on what it meant to make this video across race and culture, check out "The Wong Street Journal" on tour. It's an 85 minute show that answers a lot of questions about what you are seeing. Kristina's tour schedule is at www.kristinawong.com/upcoming'
NO PITY by Kristina Wong and Nerio Badman (Empire Records Uganda)
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