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Karma’s kicking our American ass…

Martin Luther King, Jr., taught that racial oppression in our country was inseparable from our war on Vietnam, and that those people oppressed in our country could not hope for relief as long as they were part of the greater

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Posted in Democracy, Global politics, nonviolent conflict, Perpetual war

The problem is not police terror against Blacks…

Or Hispanics. Or Native Americans. And when we define the issue in these terms (such as Black Lives Matter) we are playing into the hands of power…it’s just another way to keep us pitted against one another as the status

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Posted in Democracy, Social justice

It’s not ALL about an informed public

What happens when most people prefer the lie? Or the system has been structured so they have no time or energy left to question what they’ve been told after meeting their family’s survival needs? Or the academy tasked with providing

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Posted in Corporate media, Democracy, Freedom of speech, U. S. Empire
People Power, Civil Resistance, and Social Transformation: An Introduction to Nonviolent Conflict
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