In March, we published a series of articles on how activists are approaching their protests against Donald Trump and ways that they might rethink or reinvigorate them. Yesterday, Dara Lind drew heavily from the conversation on Waging Nonviolence, particularly the exchange between George Lakey and Andrew Willis Garcés, in her article for Vox, “Anti-Trump protesters aren’t trying to change anyone’s mind. Here’s their strategy.“
While radical nonviolent protesters are often ridiculed and hated, there is little evidence that their tactics have negative consequences for the overall movement.
At a time when Americans had little interest in the Vietnam War, a small peace group decided to stir people to action by sailing past the military to deliver needed medicines.
Queer activist and movement lawyer Z Williams discusses what needs to be done to achieve queer and trans liberation.