oppression

Colin Kaepernick tweeted about capitalism and the oppression of Black people hours after the new program was announced.
Chaos and bloodshed continue in Nicaragua as students lead protests against the president.
“The Purge” understands, as “1984” doesn’t, that oppression is unevenly distributed.
We can try to help people unlearn bigotry, but we can do only so much.
This show is a nightmare, hosted by the most un-Christian people you could ever imagine, marching under the banner of the Lord.
The Trump Administration should set aside its perceived short-term national interests and do all it can to reconcile all
Everyone's energy is precious when we're engaged in resistance. Many of us who are new to this have spent a lot of time feeling safely out of danger's way, in the outermost rings of the circle.
When we politicize the pursuit of justice, we ironically perpetuate injustice and contribute to corruption. How many voices
[Image: a queer femme of color with a headwrap looks into the camera. Selfie by Sofia Rose Smith}. "There is a vitality, a
Everyone has their personal stories about Castro, but one thing everyone says is: "He took everything."
If you are not a bigot and you are a parent who voted for Trump, you must sit your children down now. Don't wait for them
WHICH BITCH ARE YOU? By the half-way point of fall we are surrounded by a ambient prescience of impending death. Death and
Why is it so many White Liberals continue to say that the real solution to the ongoing psychological and physical violence directed at Black Americans will only be reached when the victims of this brutality moderate their reaction to it?
In a matter of weeks, this whole scandal will blow over and you will be sitting on the sideline for other reasons. I hope that you still oppose the oppression in all of its forms. I pray, however, that you will fight it more rationally, productively and nobly.
Buddy Guy's reputation assured that the evening would be entertaining. I'd also looked forward to seeing Spokane's Fox Theater
My actions exist in the context of how I was taught to be a man. My actions exist in the context of patriarchy. And patriarchy is violent. Full stop.
Be angry. Be outraged. Feel what you feel. Do not pretend to be something you aren’t.
My theory is that perhaps all the violence, state-sanctioned murder and unbelievable minimization of African Americans' reality and suffering requires that our psyches create some defense mechanism to survive the inundated news and media blasts of domestic terrorism.