Tag: protests

Welcome to the Start of the Third American Revolution: The National and One Local Women’s Marches

Welcome to the Start of the Third American Revolution: The National and One Local Women’s Marches

(Santa Rosa, California) The first American Revolution was lead by white men. They defeated the powerful British Empire and gained our independence in the 18th century. The people won. The second American Revolution, the Civil War, abolished slavery. It was inspired by leaders such as Sojourner Truth and Abraham Lincoln, in the middle of the […]

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How Safe Do You Feel These Days? What Can We Do Together About It?

How Safe Do You Feel These Days? What Can We Do Together About It?

  I no longer feel as safe as I used to. How about you? Do you think that the worlds in which you live are becoming more dangerous? What threats might you perceive? What could enhance your safety? What do you, dear reader, do when you don’t feel safe? Reach out to friends? Or do […]

I say, We Need a Revolution

I say, We Need a Revolution

    rt.com   Following the shooting of an unarmed teenage boy by a Ferguson, MO police officer on Saturday 9 August 2014, authorities have chosen an approach that seems designed to provoke anger among the African-American community. It is conceivable they hoped a riotous response would divert attention from the excessive force used against […]

Camila Vallejo, Sebastian Pinera and the Chilean Student Protests

Camila Vallejo, Sebastian Pinera and the Chilean Student Protests

One of the many news highlights of 2011. 2011 was a year of worldwide protests including the Chilean student protests against the injustice of the education system. In 2011 Chile witnessed the largest protests since the ousting of Pinochet in 1990 in what has been termed the Chilean Winter. The Republic of Chile is well […]

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