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Summary:"I remember when we had our first protests we used to hide our faces behind the poster boards because we were nervous and embarrassed."
"Everywhere I went after 9/11...I urged that warlords should not be empowered, that disarming the militias was a priority task for US forces, and that developing Afghan agriculture to ward off poppy cultivation should be a priority…."
Creative nonviolent activists succeeded in blocking roads to the official summit.
We need to articulate people-power-based strategies or folks will de-mobilize every election cycle.
The Republican Party Host Committee bribed St. Paul to violate protesters' rights. The city, and Homeland Security, complied.
We have two great instincts: to stay safe, and to get into the action.
Truth crushed to earth will rise again.
Ralph was extricated from police kicks by a knot of rolling huggers.
Some methods, like Vaseline, once thought to help, actually make it worse.
The lawyers' demands shook the core of the military establishment.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs