The best photos from the San Francisco protest in support of the March for Our Lives, on March 25, 2018. Protest signs and a powerful speech from fifteen year-old student activist Kai Levenson-Cupp.
by Samara Hayley Steele Last Tuesday in downtown Berkeley, I was unlocking my bicycle in front of the game store on Shattuck at Allston, when I noticed a woman across the street. She seemed jolly and friendly. She was standing[…]
I was meeting up with people who were already at the end of the Science March, so I worked my way through the crowd quickly. Just the same, there were so many good protests signs that I couldn’t resist snapping[…]
For the climate march this weekend, I made a printable list of climate chants that I’m sharing with you here. I noticed that most of the marches recently (the Women’s March, the Science March) were very quiet. People brought terrific[…]
A Guide for Americans Now that I’ve explained how we got here and the history of fascism, let’s take a closer look at the characteristics of fascism so you can recognize a fascist. Heck, you may be one! A few[…]
Some Americans think that because the Nazi party was the National Socialist Party that means fascism is a left-wing movement. That’s why I began this series on American fascism by taking care to define communism, capitalism and socialism. Unfortunately history[…]
Funny and inspiring protest signs from the Women’s Marches in Oakland and San Francisco.
There’s a growing fascist movement in America that we aren’t prepared to grapple with. People support fascist ideologies while thinking they are opposing fascism by supporting “the All-American Way” (for example, this exchange). Meanwhile, opposition on the left uses the[…]
In most cases when one writes an article on current events, it’s easy enough to link to a current news story as a source. However, history isn’t a current event and the sources I’m writing about aren’t online. Thus I’ve[…]