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Links 1 through 10 of 28 by Laura P tagged activism

Some of my thoughts on #Ramadan, and why we have to do something about #hunger http://t.co/yPthOxcf1X #Islam #interfaith #activism

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Written from a radical anti-state position, arguing that the government is white supremacist from its roots and cannot be reformed, but looking for ways to engage beyond revolution. (By Andrea Smith) Use https://unsettlingsettlers.wordpress.com/2012/08/08/the-moral-limits-of-the-law-settler-colonialism-and-the-anti-violence-movement-by-andrea-smith/ instead (unable to edit link)

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The author argues that any feminism or social activism taking place in colonized countries must be centered around indigenous rights and build from there. Otherwise, she says, any solution we attempt to implement will still oppress or erase the experiences of indigenous people.

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Why OWS failed (and, yes, it did).

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"We should be knowledgeable about what we support…but that shouldn’t lead to cynical paralysis." A thoughtful response to concerns about the #stopkony campaign.

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Unions organize their own actions in DC; read what happens when OWS tries to glom on.

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Many people can't afford to get in trouble with the law, whether Muslims, immigrants, African Americans or other.

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Really serious about making change, or helping to promote those who are? Check out this opportunity.

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"I actually find it more than a little surprising that folks on the left would so easily forget that tyranny is often local. The liberal antipathy to the sort of decentralisation of power confusingly known as federalism runs very deep, and is rooted in the very things Mr Robin mentions, such as the struggle to abolish Jim Crow."

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"Like many critics of state coercion in the United States, Wolf seems to assume that political repression requires or entails national coordination and centralised direction from the feds. This fits with a larger tradition in the United States that sees centralised and national power as the handmaiden of tyranny, and local power as its antidote. Throughout much of the twentieth century, that was the argument of conservatives, who opposed federal involvement in such “local” matters as Jim Crow. But since the 1980s, that position has steadily migrated to the left as well."

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