Waging Nonviolence Editor Bryan Farrell was on CBC Radio in Toronto yesterday morning to talk about how protesters’ messages can be effected by the way they dress. It’s an issue we’ve discussed several times on this blog (here, here, and here).
Click here to go to the CBC Metro Morning show page and listen.
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“Prison By Any Other Name” authors Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law caution against quick-fix solutions and spotlight grassroots abolitionist movement building.
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