Category Activism

Henry Giroux: Those arguing that education should be neutral are really arguing for a version of education in which nobody is accountable

Giroux advocates that “education has to be at the centre of any discourse about democracy and that is where the left has failed. They failed because they believe that the most important structures of domination are entirely economic”.

The Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Becomes Law, by Marie Braun

“The U.S., the only nation to ever use nuclear weapons, should take the lead in convening talks with the other eight nuclear nations with the goal of working toward the elimination of these horrendous weapons and becoming signatories of the new landmark Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.”

Behind the Doodle: Audre Lorde’s 87th Birthday and Angela Davis on Audre Lorde

“…and when we speak we are afraid
our words will not be heard
nor welcomed
but when we are silent
we are still afraid,

So it is better to speak
remembering
we were never meant to survive.”

“A Litany for Survival,” Audre Lorde

Chris Hedges: Cancel Culture, Where Liberalism Goes to Die

“The cancel culture, a witch hunt by self-appointed moral arbiters of speech, has become the boutique activism of a liberal class that lacks the courage and the organizational skills to challenge the actual centers of power.”

Seizing the War Industry, by Christian Sorenson

“The War Industry infests the American economy like a cancer, sapping its strength and distorting its creativity while devouring its treasure.”

DN!: “A Step Forward”: Black Lives Matter Protests Forced Biden to Push Racial Equity, But More Is Needed

“And so, we’ll be fighting to make sure that when we talk about — when the Movement for Black Lives talks about defunding police, that we’re talking about all police, including ICE and Customs and Border Patrol; when we talk about abolishing prisons, that we’re talking about all of them, including detention centers; and when we’re talking about Black Lives Matter, we’re talking about all Black lives, including those of our people that are in this country without papers.”

Peacestock Plaza: Northfielders for Justice in Palestine

Founded in 2007,, this citizen activist group in Minnesota educates and acts around the Palestine/Israel occupation issues,

The Peacestock Panel with Danny Sjursen, Coleen Rowley, Sarah Flounders and Brittany DeBarros

Four knowledgeable activists discuss the current state of the nation and what faces us as we move into the Biden administration: strategies and taking action.

Women Against Military Madness, Peacestock Peace Plaza

WAMM dedicates our time, effort, and energy through issue-focused committees that allow members to be active in a non-hierarchical organization that builds peace and justice. Join us!

Communities United Against Police Brutality

Communities United Against Police Brutality, Peacestock Peace Plaza

“Our overriding goal is to create a climate of resistance to abuse of authority by police organizations and to empower local people with a structure that can take on police brutality and actually bring it to an end.”

Community Control of the Police, Peacestock TCC4j

Giving people more information and self-determining power where the police are concerned.

Capitalism on a Ventilator – The Impact of COVID-19 in China and the U.S.

Ajamu Baraka, Monica Moorehead, Mumia Abu Jamal, Margaret Kimberley, Vijay Prishad, Lee Siu Hin, Sara Flounders, Carlos Martinez,  Kevin Zeese, Deirdre Griswold, Max Blumenthal and more.

Articles from WAMM Newsletter Winter 2020-21

Articles from WAMM Newsletter Winter 2020-21 Vol. 38 Num. 6 Keep Space for Peace! Save the Heavens from Hegemony! By Bruce K. Gagnon Total Information Warfare: Sinophobia By Newsletter Staff “Let Them Go!” 648+ Peaceful Protesters Arrested in Minneapolis By Newsletter Staff The Philippines Human Rights Act: Your Support is Still Needed By Newsletter Staff […]

The Fight to Stop the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline

“Predatory industry hijacked the US regulatory system in 2019, placing ancient food systems and a fifth of the world’s freshwater in imminent danger.”

Somewhere to Begin, sung by Sara Thomsen

If changes are to come there are things that must be done…

Anthem, by Leonard Cohen

Ring the bells that still can ring
Forget your perfect offering
There is a crack, a crack in everything
That’s how the light gets in

EFF: Digital Security Tips for Protesters (on and off the streets)

Organizers: Consider alternatives to Facebook and Twitter

Violent Right-Wing Forces Have Been Activated. It Requires Strategic Action to Stop Them

“Finally, we must recognize that our struggle is global. What the United States government has done to its people by denying them what they need to live a life of dignity is what the United States has imposed upon people around the world…”

A Very Intentional First Day of the Year, by Michael Bayly

“Following are images from my time at the George Floyd Memorial Site and the Prayer Tree on the afternoon of Friday, January 1, 2021. I experienced my time at both of these places as holy, grounding, and renewing.”

LINE 3 and POLYMET vs COVID, by Susu Jeffrey

“There is a maxim that companies that treat the earth badly usually treat their workers the same way. There is another saying that all ‘politics’ is local, except that all ‘politics’ is economics.”