Posts Tagged: women’s march

Understanding The Other

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by Linda Lambert You may remember Laura Rink’s first Resistance blog on Ignorance in which she sought “to understand my fellow Americans better,” those individuals who were other—not white, straight, or middle class as she is. She developed a substantive list of ten books. Like Laura, I seek to deepen my understanding of others, to […]

And To the Republic For Which She Sits

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by Laura Kalpakian I was part of the Hell No We Won’t Go generation, 1968 when our resistance was focused on forcing the government to end the Vietnam War. We certainly did not invent mass protest, the proverbial petition in boots, but with television, our mass protests spilled into tidy American homes. That was new. […]