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Glue Yourself to Whatever

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On October 28, 2022
Is throwing tomato soup at protected paintings or gluing yourself to them to protest climate change an effective political action? I mean, probably not. But on the other hand, no one outraged by doing this is actually doing anything to save the planet and ensure that their children don’t grow up and die in a […]
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Zolan Kanno-Youngs has an important piece in the Washington Post about the legal authority for the Trump administration’s deployment of little green men* in Portland. After President Trump signed an executive order directing federal agencies to send personnel to protect monuments, statues and federal property during continuing protests against racism and police brutality, the Department […]
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A Hero For Our Times

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On June 20, 2020
One of the real heroic acts of the modern age was when Bree Newsome (now Bree Newsome Bass) climbed the flag pole at the South Carolina statehouse to take the down the Treason in Defense of Slavery flag. That act really started the modern era of attacking and now defeating the racist revanchist elements of […]

Chile’s Protests

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On October 27, 2019

Will Bunch on the protests in Chile and how they were caused by the same U.S. style neoliberalism that has also helped unhinge this nation. In 2019, as an autumn of popular uprisings erupts around the

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