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An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors
A group of people in a forest with their faces blurred out pose next to a cloth sign that says, "Atlanta Forest to Strefi Hill and the squats of Athens Greece defend free spaces."

An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors

A protest movement to stop Cop City and protect an Atlanta forest continues despite a brutal police raid on the protest encampment.

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Reject the Use of Reductive Statements in Social Discourse
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Reject the Use of Reductive Statements in Social Discourse

Reductive statements in political and social discourse don’t help resolve these injustices but further uphold a broken, inequitable system.

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Staying Safe from Police Munitions While Protesting
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Staying Safe from Police Munitions While Protesting

Learn how to reduce harm during protests by understanding and preparing for police riot control weapons. 

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Creating Change with Effective Protest Tactics, Strategies, and Goals
A crowd of protestors with array of Black Lives Matter signs, stand behind a metal barricade.

Creating Change with Effective Protest Tactics, Strategies, and Goals

For effective action in social movements, activists must apply strong protest tactics like economic or political pressure on decision-makers.

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Why Taco Stands Might Fix What Curfews Cannot
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Why Taco Stands Might Fix What Curfews Cannot

With Jim Crow-era origins, curfew laws fail to protect public safety; instead, they ensure marginalized young people are criminalized.

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Held for Ransom: The Right to Protest and Reality of Cash Bail
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Held for Ransom: The Right to Protest and Reality of Cash Bail

The cash bail system works within a flawed structure that forces people, mainly Black and Brown, to pay for their freedom.

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Protesting 101: The ARD Guide to Staying Safe in the Streets
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Protesting 101: The ARD Guide to Staying Safe in the Streets

As abortion bans, inflation, and incidences of police brutality occur, the need to protest remains urgent. Here are a few tips for protesting safely this summer.

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6 Actionable Ways to Celebrate Black History Month
The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, August 28, 1963. The purpose of the march was to advocate for African Americans' civil and economic rights.

6 Actionable Ways to Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is more than reading about the Black achievements, stories, people, and movements that shaped the U.S. It’s essential to take these readings and teachings and put them into action.

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Year in Review: How Can We Make ‘Justice for All’ A Reality?
Protesters stand in rows with their hands up in front of police holding batons.

Year in Review: How Can We Make ‘Justice for All’ A Reality?

It’s been over a year since one of the largest movements in U.S. history, yet the American justice system is far from being reformed.

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