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The scholar local weather moves have kicked off, and there have been very good indicators

The kids are again proving they give a shit. Some of the first school strikes for climate change began on Friday morning in Australia and New Zealand, as part of a global campaign urging politicians to take action. SEE ALSO: The ocean keeps gulping up a colossal amount of CO2 from the air, but will...CONTINUE READING
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Probably the most wonderful protest indicators from UK youngsters skipping elegance for local weather exchange

Thousands of school children in the UK are currently skipping class in favour of marching the streets in a call for world leaders to act on climate change.  Inspired by Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg, who organised her own month-long strike outside the Swedish parliament to raise awareness of climate change, kids are stepping out...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter suspends account connected to boosting MAGA teenagers controversy

Twitter has suspended an account which was linked to the magnification of a confrontation between high school students wearing MAGA hats and Native American protesters. According to CNN, the account @2020fight was suspended from the social media platform after it shared a captioned video of the encounter on Jan. 18 in Washington D.C., where both...CONTINUE READING
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Those footage of youngsters at protests in 2018 will make you cry glad tears

Kids had something to say about politics this year. Even little ones still perfecting their handwriting made their voices heard. Alongside their (ahem) taller counterparts, children of all ages protested immigration policies separating families at the border, gun violence killing students at school, restrictions on women’s rights, and more. They attended events like March For...CONTINUE READING
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Gritty was the face of Philadelphia’s protest against the alt-right

Gritty continues to be the chaotic voice of resistance.  The colorful Philadelphia Flyers mascot, also our collective son whom we love and cherish, was the face of an anti-Proud Boy protest on Saturday.  SEE ALSO: Facebook bans far-right group Proud Boys and founder Gavin McInnes About two dozen members of the misogynistic alt-right Proud Boys...CONTINUE READING
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San Francisco Google employees walk out in protest of sexual harassment

On an unusually warm Nov. 1 morning in San Francisco, scores of Google employees walked out of their downtown office in protest.  The staged walkout had come together quickly, and followed the Oct. 25 news that Google execs paid Android creator Andy Rubin $90 million after determining that allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against him...CONTINUE READING
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Protesters shine torches, lights onto the Sydney Opera House

More than 1,000 protesters, armed with torches, flashlights and smartphones, shone lights on the sails of the Sydney Opera House in Australia on Tuesday night. Protesters sought to obscure a promotion for a horse racing event called The Everest, after the state of New South Wales’ government strong-armed its way into ensuring the projection on...CONTINUE READING
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Brett Kavanaugh protesters ignore police barricades, occupy the U.S. Capitol

It’s very likely that alleged sexual assaulter Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed on Saturday as a U.S. Supreme Court judge. The #resistance is having none of that noise. With hours to go before the Saturday afternoon Senate vote, protesters gathered in front of the United States Capitol took steps to make sure they’d be heard....CONTINUE READING
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Ted Cruz’s dinner was gatecrashed by protesters against Brett Kavanaugh

If Ted Cruz thought his Monday night dinner was going to be quiet, uninterrupted affair, he thought wrong. The Texas senator was forced to leave a restaurant in Washington D.C., in a scene all too familiar to Department of Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. SEE ALSO: People across the country stage walk outs in solidarity...CONTINUE READING
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‘Women must be heard’: Time’s Up calls for walkout in light of Brett Kavanaugh accusations

Wear black and walk out. That’s what the Time’s Up movement against systemic sexual harassment and abuse has called for on Monday, following multiple accusations aimed at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. SEE ALSO: #DearProfessorFord: Actresses support Brett Kavanaugh‘s accuser ahead of hearings On Sunday night, the activist group posted the rallying cry on Twitter,...CONTINUE READING
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