Emerging social justice movements represent a collective response to compounding crises. The challenge is bringing all of these movements together and maintaining unity among diverse groups working on what are seen as separate issues.
In a new video ad, “Make You Sick,” released this week by the Catskills Freedom Network, animated rapper DJ Faso again turns the tables on the real Faso, imagining him as a rapper trying to explain his betrayal to his voters.
On the one-year anniversary of the iconic Women's March movement, Indivisible Pittsfield, a Trump resistance group advocating for social justice, organized a meeting of 20 local groups to "March into Action."
The Four Freedoms Coalition, in partnership with Greylock Together, Indivisible Pittsfield, the Berkshire Democratic Brigades and others, is making contingency plans for a rapid response protest at Park Square in downtown Pittsfield, Mass.
For each type of dumpster, the town pays a hauling fee of between $150 and $250. Reducing the number of trips saves money so we try to cram as much as possible into each load. You can help by crushing that gallon plastic milk container under your foot and squishing out the air.
Catskill Freedom Network is an all-volunteer grassroots Democratic political action committee whose aim is to elect a Democrat and defeat Republican Rep. John Faso in New York’s 19th Congressional district in 2018.