Strict, Dogmatic Nonviolence Versus A Diversity of Tactics

In an interview for The Guardian, environmentalist and human rights activist and author, Arundhati Roy, told Stephen Moss, “If you’re an Adivasi [tribal Indian] living in a forest village and […]

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The Civil Rights Movement, State Collusion with The Klan, the Futility of Nonviolent Protest Alone, a Brief History of Gun Control, the Racism of Both Political Parties, and the Necessity of Armed Resistance

The Civil Rights Movement is often seen as a movement limited to the 1950s and 60s but truly this was just a period of heightened public activity and publicity of […]

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The Dakota Access Pipeline Protests: A Fight For Native American Survival, Autonomy, and a Habitable Planet

The Bakken pipeline also called the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.7 billion, 1,134-mile-long underground pipeline that is supposed to carry over ½ million barrels of oil per day across North […]

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