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party in the street: theory is put to the test

The main argument of Party in the Street is that the nature of partisanship affects the level of protest. If your movement thinks it is part of/opposed to a party, then protest will track who is in power (e.g., if your side wins an election, you mellow out). 182 more words


Oromia: A Nation Wide THE STAY-AT-HOME PROTEST: MORMII WALIIGALAA GABAA LAGANNAA MARSAA 3ffaa. #OromoProtests #HarargheeDeebisaa

No to fascist  TPLF’s thievery (Gibri) in the name of taxation in Ethiopia!

#HarargheeDeebisaa #OromoProtests #OromoRevolution

Ummanni keenya Daangaarra Jiru Waardiyaa Oromiyaa fi Oromummaati!!

Gincii, Amboo, Jalduu, Gudar, Giddaa Ayyaanaa, Mandii, Najjoo, Laaloo Assaabii, Jaarsoo, Gullisoo, Bojjii, Gujii, 4,693 more words


The Voices of Students Like Me

By Natalie Tamburello

When you think about social movements that you learned about growing up, what do you remember? What do you see in your mind’s eye? 1,385 more words

100 Political Events in 2017: A Reflection

100 Political Events in 2017: A Reflection

H. Bradford


Yesterday, I attended my 100th political event of the year.   The 100th event was a solidarity vigil for Charlottesville at the Clayton, Jackson, Mcghie Memorial in Duluth.  1,346 more words