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Online Townhall Saturday, February 26

In 2016, amid an epidemic of police shootings of Black people, NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick began a series of protests on the field, refusing to stand during the U.S. national anthem.

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Online Townhall Sat. November 6th

n the midst of a pandemic that has ravaged the world, especially its most marginalized communities, we have often found ourselves asking where we went wrong and how we could do better at health care.

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Online Townhall Sat. October 2nd

The COVID-19 pandemic has further revealed the shocking racial disparities in our health and our healthcare globally. Our bodies, societies, and planet are inflamed.

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Online Townhall (Oct. 17, 2020)

For more than a century, the ruling class of the U.S. has ruthlessly exploited the people and resources of Central and South America. In response, the population has resisted or fled, often ending up in the land of their oppressor.

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Online Townhall: Sat. April 4, 2020

As this virus spreads, workers around the world are being coerced to work under increasingly dangerous situations. Health care workers have been forced to work without protective equipment, and are at the greatest risk for becoming infected.

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The World in Upheaval!

Workers, students, and other oppressed people are fighting back against those who rule them all