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Link Love (2017-01-16)

Fascism WHAT TO DO – Medium “Just to be crystal clear, we’re talking about a woman who voted for the candidate who promised to cut off the only thing that is keeping her husband alive because she’s just that pissed at some poor elementary-school kid who got an Xmas gift. (Be sure to tell her …

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Link Love (2017-01-02)

Fascism & Authoritarianism 12 Ways to Be a White Ally to Black People – The Root “What it does mean is something both subtler and more disturbing. It means that our society only values women under certain narrow conditions. It means that for many voters, Trump’s toxic masculinity was a deep part of his appeal. …

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Link Love (2016-11-28)

Election & Fascism A Time for Refusal – The New York Times “And part of that status quo is patriarchy: the notion that women will continue to be second-class citizens, subject to men’s understanding of what they should be able to do, touch, and grab when it comes to their bodies — and legislate and …

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Link Love (2016-11-19)

U.S. Election We all need to do this: Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry- Southern Poverty Law Center “But at the time people don’t realize they’re embarking on a route that will lead to a destruction period. They think they’re right, they’re cheered on by jeering angry mobs, their critics are mocked. This cycle, the …

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Link Love (2016-11-07)

U.S. Election What Drives Donald Trump? Fear of Losing Status, Tapes Show – The New York Times “His final debate performance this week was a bust, with him snarling that Clinton was “such a nasty woman” and gritting his teeth as he angrily ripped pages off a notepad when it was over. He is under …

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Link Love (2016-11-01)

Election Donald Trump’s Islamophobic Fear Mongering Is Disgusting – Love, Joy, Feminism “Anger and hostility were the most overwhelming sentiments at a Trump rally in Cincinnati last week, a deep sense of frustration, an us-versus-them mentality, and a belief that they are part of an unstoppable and underestimated movement. Unlike many in the country, however, …

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Link Love (2016-10-29)

U.S. Election 2016 A message from your friendly neighborhood Trump supporter – renegade mothering “Trump fever quickly spread: Other extremists new to presidential politics openly endorsed Trump, including Don Black, a former grand dragon of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and founder of the neo-Nazi site Stormfront; Rocky Suhayda, chair of the American …

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Link Love (2016-10-22)

U.S. Election 2016 Remember that time a firework tipped over? – The Oatmeal ““My students are terrified of Donald Trump,” reports a teacher from a middle school with a large African-American Muslim population. “They think that if he’s elected, all black people will get sent back to Africa.” Another educator from a Tennessee school says …

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Link Love (2016-10-16)

U.S. Election “All else being equal, I will vote for the female candidate over the male candidate, because gender matters. Representation is not irrelevant, it’s critically important. In fact, all else being slightly unequal, I would probably still vote for the female candidate because gender is a factor I would weigh when making my decision. That means, …

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Link Love (2016-10-08)

Thought-provoking Baby Doe – A political history of tragedy – The New Yorker “There are many reasons why growing numbers—primarily farmers and knitters — are fixated on the Icelandic sheep. The breed, with fine-grained meat and a wooly coat that is both light-as-air and rugged, has retained one of the purest bloodlines in the agricultural …

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