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Living in the traps no joke
Stay woke to the lies deceiving you
Force fed radio signals into your brain
Covering up the lies the pain the shame
Cursed from birth playing this game
No winners or losers no prizes no fame
The only way out is through dealing and hustling
Crime is directly proportional to poverty.
There's more to this life than you know
The drinkin' the smokin' the hoes
throwing all your money in air
this lavish kind of life ain't fair
and I know you ain't feeling this
The truth it hurts when your living in blissful ignorance
Some say there's truth in music
That's why the top 40' think's your fucking stupid....
The ones at the top say life's one big party
I got no invite, no RSPCT, no illuminati fuck that shit... chasing phantoms while rambling and dancing in mansions made up of my own desires, dreams I'll acquire through fire conspire for greatness ...
Working class paradox
Roach motel ignorance
What happened to free speech
With words covered in bleach
The ink is still unseen
These kids are still dancing
These white dudes are DJing
Profiting off irony
"Working Class Heroes" off of CeeLo's New Album Heart Blanche.
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In this week’s podcast, the Irish writer Lisa McInerney introduces the sequel to her Baileys prize-winning novel The Glorious Heresies. Set a few years later, The Blood Miracles sees McInerney’s young protagonist Ryan Cusack graduate from petty crime to establishing an international drug ring between Ireland and Italy.
McInerney is a rarity in today’s literary fiction in her focus on working-class characters. The journalist and social historian Lynsey Hanley joins us in the studio for an exploration of how this social marginalisation might have occurred. She takes us back 60 years, to the publication of Richard Hoggart’s groundbreaking study, The Uses of Literacy, which chronicled the challenge to old social norms from the emergence, after the second world war, of a confident and affluent working-class, fed by a burgeoning mass media. We also discuss the reissue of Hanley’s own book, Estates, and find out what has changed in the 10 years since this “intimate history” of the council estate was published.
Joan C. Williams, distinguished professor and director of the Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings, discusses the white working class voters who helped elect Republican Donald Trump as U.S. President, and why Democrat Hillary Clinton did not connect with them. Williams is the author of the HBR article, “What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class.”
Joan C. Williams, director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, discusses serious misconceptions that the U.S. managerial and professional elite in the United States have about the so-called working class. Many people conflate "working class" with "poor"--but the working class is, in fact, the elusive, purportedly disappearing middle class. Williams argues that economic mobility has declined, and explains why suggestions like “they should move to where the jobs are” or "they should just go to college" are insufficient. She has some ideas for policy makers to create more and meaningful jobs for this demographic, an influential voting bloc. Williams is the author of the new book, “White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America.”
Uploaded for the enjoyment of the Harcourts family and particularly as a reminder for those who attended the 2013 Harcourts Conferences in New Zealand and Australia.
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Produced by Yamin Semali
taken from their January 2016 EP, Time and a Half
side A to the spring 2016 7" record: pre-order here: https://yaminsemali.bandcamp.com/album/monday-friday-wcmg-remix-feat-joe-d-flux-4-ize-blc-txt-boog-brown-ekundayo-arablak-dt-and-willi-dudat
remix to the title track of Monday/Friday's self-titled debut, which available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify and https://workingclassmusicgroup.bandcamp.com/album/monday-friday
Working Class Audio Session #079 with Dave Fridmann!!! Dave Fridmann is a producer, engineer and musician who has made records with Mercury Rev , The Flaming Lips , Weezer, Sparklehorse, Mogwai, Gemma Hayes, Sleater-Kinney , Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, MGMT, Neil Finn, OK Go, and Spoon, to name a few! :-) He works out of Tarbox Road Studios which he built over […] The post WCA #079 with Dave Fridmann appeared first on Working Class Audio.
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