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Cesar Chavez's Legacy
Chavez became a national hero, a symbol of courage and fortitude, for leading a nonviolent revolution to organize farmworkers
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I watched the news footage of Kennedy on the floor of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, bleeding to death. With his big victory in California, Kennedy would surely have sailed to the Democratic nomination and almost certainly defeated his Republican opponent. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
The Year That Changed Everything: A Personal Memory of 1968
No other year has left such vivid memories for me, though it may be that this year, 2018, will be even more decisive for the future of America
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The Year of Living Nonviolently
We must take to the streets in public, nonviolent, transformative action.
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What Lifetime Experiences of Sexual Abuse and Violence Have Taught Me
Support ourselves and others, speak up and organize for change
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What I’m Thankful For: Food Workers and Anti-Hunger Activists
Happy Thanksgiving to all (except the Walmart board of directors)
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Where Are All the Monuments to the Progressive Americans?
The organizers, activists, artists, writers, and occasional elected officials who fought to make the United States a more humane and inclusive country often go unacknowledged.
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Boycott Trump
Can a Movement to Hurt the President Financially Change the Political Landscape?
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Celebrating Cesar Chavez, Farmworkers Take On Trump's Anti-Immigrant Policies
In context of current administration, Cesar Chavez's legacy fuels continued fight for justice
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Three Strategies to Beat the NRA
Gun safety advocates who until now have relied largely on traditional lobbying need to broaden their strategy to include partnerships with gun owners and civil disobedience.
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The Racial Divide Between Sanders and Trump
As I sat in the San Diego sunshine yesterday listening to Bernie Sanders outside of Qualcomm Stadium, I was struck by the stunning contrast between the senator and Donald Trump, particularly on the issue of race. Sanders emphasized racial justice, citing the courage of African Americans and their...
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