I enjoy the back and forth, give and take. I also admire the furor and, to a certain extent, the intractability; reminds me of myself.
It was deafening. It was exhilarating. It was pure. It was a necessary primal scream against the brutality visited upon people of color over centuries in the United States of America.
Two Days, Two Peaceful Protests For the second straight day, organizers from Black Lives Matter-Fargo/Moorhead and OneFargo led a peaceful march for justice through Fargo, N.D. Read about yesterday’s march. […]
No “imminent danger” or emergency declaration necessary.
#BlackLivesMatter-FM leads march marking anniversary 300-350 people turn out for protest Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney informs crowd of Juneteenth holiday proclamation #BlackLivesMatter demands good-faith cooperation from Fargo establishment Blinds in […]
Protest sign: “The system in the United States isn’t broken; it was built this way.” We all need to do more to address racism and stop the killing of our brothers and sisters.
Happy that KVRR covered the Fargo #ClimateStrike yesterday. Glad to be able to speak out on the value of peaceful protest and how crucial it is that government leaders doing something – lots of things – to address the #ClimateCrisis NOW. #StrikeWithUs #ThereIsNoPLANetB
The Climate Crisis can be overwhelming, but the people who demanded immediate action by government at all levels at the Fargo Climate Strike today say ignoring the problem is not the answer.
U.S. citizens are a fifth element in our system of checks and balances, along with the three official branches of government and legitimate news media. Peaceful protest is one expression of that responsibility.