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Democracy Now!, January 18, 2017
The Office of the Pardon Attorney has announced President Obama has denied clemency to imprisoned Native American activist Leonard Peltier. Peltier is a former member of the American Indian Movement who was convicted of killing two FBI agents during a shootout on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in 1975. He has long maintained his innocence.
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The inauguration of Donald Trump is right around the corner. Disrupt J20 is publicizing a wide range of demonstrations all around the US on January 20, including a call for an anti-capitalist and anti-fascist contingent in Washington, DC.
But why focus on this particular day, of all days? And why would it be worth driving across the country to a city crowded with reactionaries and police? Here are ten reasons why we think everyone needs to pull out the stops on January 20.
What is at stake here is not a single day of protest, but the paradigm of what it will mean to resist Trump. Right now, people around the US are outraged and terrified at the prospect of being governed by a megalomaniacal buffoon. This is an opportunity to expand the networks of people who are prepared to stand up to the government, but it won’t last long.
The following is an eye-opening presentation for Martin Luther King Unity Day. In it, long time political activist Angela Davis explores the roots of the electoral college and the death penalty in slavery. Unlike more mainstream liberals, she doesn’t catastrophize about Trump’s recent electoral victory. Instead she faults both Trump and Clinton for failing to mention even once during the campaign the working class, inequality or climate change.
She goes on to emphasize that it isn’t Martin Luther King as an individual we celebrate, but the thousands of people in the civil rights movement who did the real work. She then highlights the myriad of movements Americans have formed to resist the oppression experienced by the working class Americans. She devotes special focus to the movement to abolish prisons in a country that incarcerates more people (in absolute numbers) than any other country in the world. In her view, the…
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Friday, January 20, 5 p.m., Riverwalk at Wabash and E. Wacker Drive, Chicago
Protest the Inauguration of Donald Trump
Say No to Racism
Say No to the Trump Agenda
On the first day of the new administration, join thousands of Chicagoans to protest the Trump Agenda.
We’ll declare our determination to resist all attacks that Trump is bringing: on immigrants, Black people, Arabs and Muslims, workers, women, Native Americans, and the environment.
We’ll defend the 99% against the Trump cabinet of billionaires, generals, and racists that represent the 1%.
We’ll stand up along with massive protests that are occurring at the inauguration in Washington, DC, and in other cities across the country.
We’ll stand with college and high school students that are planning walkouts.
We’ll pledge to continue our resistance to the attacks coming from the likes of Illinois Governor…
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