Solutions

Nika Knight, staff writer
A protest sign at a march in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 29.
Around the country, people who woke up on November 9 shocked and galvanized by the election results are forming new local organizations and networks to resist president-elect Donald Trump's right-wing agenda. "Politics on the national level are going to be ugly for the foreseeable future. We might not be able to influence that. But we can come...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Tuesday introduced an amendment to require wider...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Former congressional staffers are publicizing their newly released "...

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Vowing to "stand up and fight back" against the coming horrors, hundreds of thousands of women along with men are gearing up to march in D.C. They follow in the defiant footsteps of a 1913 New York to Washington Woman Suffrage Procession aimed at Woodrow Wilson's inauguration, with moral support from nationwide sister marches and a wave of Nasty Women and We the People art. "I march because our democracy is a dumpster fire," says one. "I march because we fight sexism with solidarity."