DAVID KATO (1964-2011)

This is the first in a series of stories on people, places and organizations from all walks of life that you should know. Today's profile highlights David Kato, who was murdered in Uganda on this day in 2011. I asked activists who knew and worked with Kato to reflect on his life and legacy. In … Continue reading DAVID KATO (1964-2011)

“YUGE”: WOMEN’S RALLY THE LARGEST ONE-DAY PROTEST IN UNITED STATES HISTORY

Here is something even Trump can't spin: according to crowd estimates being tallied by UConn professor Jeremy Pressman, the Women's March rallies across the United States brought out some 4 million people - the largest single day protest in the history of our country. I was proud to join the hundreds of thousands along Fifth … Continue reading “YUGE”: WOMEN’S RALLY THE LARGEST ONE-DAY PROTEST IN UNITED STATES HISTORY

RESISTANCE: INAUGURATION PROTEST GUIDE

Beginning today (Thursday) and continuing for the foreseeable future, Americans and others focused on not allowing the Trump administration to run roughshod over our nation (apparently, we are being called snowflakes now) will be out being seen and being heard. Although this guide is not inclusive by any means, hopefully it will help you plan, learn … Continue reading RESISTANCE: INAUGURATION PROTEST GUIDE