Solutions

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Seizing upon the energy of Valentine's Day, people around the world are demonstrating for justice on Tuesday, whether by participating in protests , participating in democracy, or both. Tweets about #RevolutionaryLove OR #WomensMarch OR #1BillionRising OR #LoveArmy Organizers and supporters of the Day of Revolutionary Love, Day of Rising —who...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Se. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks to a sold out audience in Charleston, West Virginia on Sunday night. (Photo: F. Brian Ferguson/Gazette-Mail)
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said he will not be "intimidated" from speaking in...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
From Carpinteria, Calif. to Kansas City, Mo. to Charlottesville, Va. , pockets...

Further...

For all its sparkling privilege, last night's Oscars also offered a fierce, joyful, potent "middle finger to Trumpism" by rightfully rewarding the gifts and stories of black/ brown/ gay/ poor people, Muslims and other "others" threatened by the current regime. The flood of speeches extolling tolerance along with the startling win of Moonlight - the searing, soulful coming-of-age tale of a gay black boy in Miami - represent the triumph of both empathy and "justice when that seems impossible."