Tag: protest

On the Bodily Pain of Protest by Michelle M. Campbell

  Martyrdom is easiest when you know the ending. It’s the waiting, the continuing struggle toward a diminishing goal post, that is one of the hardest parts. I am part of a group that has been occupying the administration building of Purdue University in protest again the lack of administrative

Marching Out of D.C. and into the Classroom by Colleen Clemens

The day after the election, my colleague saw murmurings of a march to take place in D.C. the day after the inauguration.  She booked a room in Arlington, not knowing what we were even committing to.  But we knew we needed to commit to something. We were still absorbing the

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