This Is What Democracy Looks Like: February Protests Recap

February may be the shortest month of the year, but in the time of 45, each day is an opportunity for righteous protest, and lil ol’ February is no exception. Majority of the month has been filled with demonstrations, rallies and marches, according to our new best friend and Safari homepage, www.takeactionnyc.com. From protesting pipelines, to demanding human rights for Muslims, immigrants, and members of the LGBTQIA+ communities, to remaining vigilant in our lobbying of governmental entities, this month has been a very clear indication that there is an unshakable synergy forming between progressive groups focused on equity, safety and accountability.

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More Than The Women's March: Why I'm Also Attending These Two Rallies

On January 20, the world will end. Just kidding, no actual Armageddon just yet, but the President-elect and his impending administration have created a network that really does have earth-shattering implications for many of us.

Targeting and actively seeking the disenfranchisement of swaths of people, Trump’s Inauguration will forever be the day we officially put a racist, sexually-violent manboy to the highest position of elected office in the United States – and, if you’re a patriot nationalist like future Mr. President, the highest position in the world.

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How To Stay Sane When Dealing With Your Family Throughout The Holidays

Once again we find ourselves in that ~*~lovely~*~ interim period between holidays with family, friends, or both. For those of us visiting family, the transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas, Hanukkah, and the holiday season in general inevitably presents us with the ever-growing dichotomies between us and our families, particularly in the time of an impending Trump presidency. Being triggered by the divergent and oftentimes problematic beliefs and outlooks held by our families is a common experience among 20somethings, and overcoming these divisions can be a challenge, to say the least.

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