The pandemic is both a threat to marginalized communities and an opportunity for radical social change, if we carefully plan for it.
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Missing in almost all of the elegies following his death, John Lewis’ history as a conscientious objector to war is worth honoring.
While the Japanese faced widespread, extreme racism during World War II, Black leftists were among the first critics of the U.S. atomic bombing of Japan.
Militarization in Latin America is not new, but in recent decades, Israeli weapons, training and expertise have been key to its expansion in the region.
From challenging narratives justifying violence to know-your-rights trainings and cultural actions, border communities are building a powerful movement.
The goals of the wider climate movement aren’t reachable without simultaneously dismantling the increasingly militarized power structures in our world.