Dustin Axe

Dustin Axe is a teacher, writer, and activist from Chicago, Illinois. He studied history at Purdue University, and he writes about peace and social justice. He can be contacted at dustinaxe@gmail.com, and followed on Twitter @dustin_axe.

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Friday, July 14, 2017
The Role of the Indivisible Movement in the Resistance
There are thousands of grassroots organizations across the country that makeup the resistance. Each one has different strengths and weaknesses based on their size, who their members are, and what brings them together. Many groups existed long before Trump, and they will exist after him. These...
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Friday, February 03, 2017
Our Resistance Must Not Descend into Chaos: Practical Suggestions for a Growing Movement
"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will." –Fredrick Douglas. "By the way, I think anger is a good thing. This country is in a crisis. And if you’re fighting to save this country, if you’re fighting to take this country back, it’s not going to be sunshine and...
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Tuesday, November 03, 2015
National Fracking League: On Protesting Bank of America During Monday Night Football
Midway through the third quarter of last night’s Monday Night Football game between the Carolina Panthers and the Indianapolis Colts in Charlotte, two fans used climbing gear to rappel down the upper deck of Bank of America Stadium. It was initially unclear what their motive was as they slowly...
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Sunday, December 14, 2014
Ferguson: Revolution, Democracy, and Empire
Ferguson and Revolution Many people might be shocked and even appalled to see such a fervent national reaction to the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. There have not only been weeks of demonstrations and marches around the nation but Ferguson itself experienced days of rioting...
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