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GUEST,John Pietaro new blog: The Cultural Worker (4) new blog: THE CULTURAL WORKER 17 Dec 10

Hello sisters and brothers...

I wanted to invite you to visit my new blog, THE CULTURAL WORKER, dedicated to protest arts on the Left. Within you'll find a wide assortment of my writings on cultural work and cultural workers---many of which had been previously published in Z, People's World, Political Affairs, Conducive Chronicle and other progressive journals and others which are brand new.
THE CULTURAL WORKER also includes a thorough and ever-growing Photo Gallery of some of the celebrated revolutionary musicians, writers, painters, filmmakers, dance and theatre artists of the past hundred or so years. Sure, you'll find Woody and the Almanacs and Leadbelly up there, but you'll also see Paul Robeson, Bertolt Brecht Hanns Eisler, John Reed and the like, as well as more contemporary names like Patti Smith, Public Enemy, Ani DiFranco and Rage Against the Machine too---among many others.
Beneath the Photo Gallery find a fairly extensive list of Radical Arts Links. If any of you with websites would be interested in being listed (and if you are not already there) all I ask is that you please list my blog within your site's links.
So please drop by The Cultural Worker and drop me a line.....


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