As lawyer-journalist, Kathryn Rubino, explains on Abovethelaw, the megawatt visibility of the Women's March has brought back protest. As cool. Like, you need to be in all of it.
Tomorrow is to be the General Strike Against Trump. Yes, the legal sector is participating. Essentially, those who can (probably nurses can't) will not go to work, to school or to the marketplace.
Some of those on strike will participate in community service. Opportunities for that are plentiful with so many aged in our towns. We can offer to clean their windows or just listen to their stories over a pot of tea.
What the nation might have forgotten in both boom times and hard times is that mass protests do get results.
We marchers from the late 1960s and early 1970s helped end the Viet Nam war. We opened up more seats in prestigious universities to people of color. We leveraged The Pill as the platform for social change (no, you females didn't have to invest college in husband-hunting.)
Trumpism might be the best thing to happen to the soul of America. We found out that, just like former Fox head Roger Ailes, we can be the loudest voice in the room. And others are too scared not to listen.
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