Kenny Stancil

Kenny Stancil has a background in geography and secondary social studies education. A former public high school teacher, he is currently working as a cartographer in Lexington, Kentucky.

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) workers in New York City are among those who have been on the frontlines nationwide. While the nation's ruling elite continue to treat workers and the most vulnerable as expendable and disposable, writes Stancil, "the wounds that the investor class have inflected on the U.S. are making it even more difficult to contend with the coronavirus crisis." (Photo: Andrew Cashin / MTA New York City Transit / flickr / cc) Views
Thursday, March 26, 2020
The Coronavirus Effect: Pandemic Exposes Structural Violence of US Ruling Class
The U.S. power elite’s response to the coronavirus crisis has been delayed, halfhearted, and skewed. In an act of criminal negligence, the Trump administration initially ignored coronavirus throughout January and then Trump referred to criticism of his lethargy on the issue as a hoax in late...
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