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the director of National Affairs at the Drug Policy Alliance. “Farouk Lawan must stop this dance of shame and save that House of whatever is left of its credibility by resigning from office immediately and face his criminal trial squarely. instead of exposing Otedola, as surgeon-turned-sorceror Doctor Strange,m. from New York City: “The single most important issue for me is obviously the way that Donald Trump has ta..VIEW MORERuddy Roye for TIME1 of 11RelatedpoliticsLessons for 2018 From One of America’s Most Tumultuous YearspoliticsLessons for 2018 From One of America’s Most Tumultuous YearsAcross the country the low estimate for turnout on Jan 21 was 32 million according to researchers at the University of Connecticut and University of Denver–leaving aside the demonstrations on every other continent including thanks to an expedition tour Antarctica Even if its locus was the urban centers where Democratic activism operates most comfortably the tally raised the question of whether this was a protest or a movement There were a couple of those in 2016 Bernie Sanders’ surprise following exploded from the young and the left Trump’s filled auditoriums in states both blue and red and carried him to the most powerful position on earthThe problem of course is how to sustain an insurgency from the highest office in the land Barack Obama faced the same dilemma upon entering the office in 2009 trying without success to permanently mobilize supporters through something called Organizing for America No luck They’d done their work getting him there It was his turn It’s much easier to storm the gates from outside which is why Jan 21 looms largeThe day produced physical evidence of a grassroots opposition with every bit as much potential as the Tea Party the diffuse small-government uprising that started small but soon bedeviled both Obama and the GOP establishment and ultimately cleared the way for Trump On the surface the two insurrections share similarities Like the Women’s March the Tea Party movement was deliberately leaderless But that didn’t stop its members from quickly arriving at a clear understanding of the movement’s goals By April 2009 it had coalesced around a set of simple policies: limited government lower taxes upholding the Constitution By that summer it had seized upon another bogeyman: Obama’s health care bill The anger that boiled over at congressional town halls during the August recess were a vivid illustration of the movement’s budding powerThe Women’s March even in its striking success offered more in the way of catharsis than clarity Its full statement of principles runs more than 1000 words and includes issues ranging from reproductive rights to gender justice from the minimum wage to immigration reform from clean water to criminal profiling to arming police with military-grade weaponry It’s hard to distill a complicated platform into concrete change when your organizing principle–"intersectional feminism" a jargony mouthful–opposes elevating any one person’s goals over another’sEven so there was no shortage of intramural dissent Some female black activists noted that 53% of white women voted for Trump (versus the 94% of black women for Hillary) Transgender activists complained that the vagina is not an apt symbol for those who identify as women but might not have one In San Diego the protest organization was so ad hoc that two marches surprised each other on the street Neither group could agree whether they had come out to transform upset about the election into connective tissue among disparate progressive sects or just be angry out in publicBut these are good problems to have Populations once not only marginalized but in some cases barely identified are fighting to hold ground gained only over the past few years Millennials are paying attention Clinton’s nomination despite how it ended had much the same empowering effect on women that President Obama’s had on African Americans The two San Diego marches ended up merging and taking turns at the mike"It’s messy and that’s the beauty of it" says Erika Andiola political director of Our Revolution the successor organization to Sanders’ presidential campaign which boasts hundreds of affiliated chapters "Part of organizing is that we’re not all going to be marching in the same rhythm" Our Revolution boosted turnout to the marches by targeted emails on the list compiled during the Sanders campaign which through the primaries was as vibrant a movement as Trump’s Andiola claims that local groups that had been seeing 15 or 20 people have been seeing 100 and 200 since Nov 8 Such are the advantages to activists of defeat"If people come out of an election and everyone’s despairing everyone’s in a collective civic funk we don’t get anything done" says Cornell William Brooks president of the NAACP "Simply reminding people of how bad things are and what you lost nobody’s moved by that People are moved by the sense of possibility a sense of hope that can be realized with small efforts Small and sustained efforts"That was the incongruous message that came out of a huge turnout–possibly the largest in US history: go home and think small While holding the White House for the past eight years Democrats lost big at the state level With control of only 14 state legislatures (to the GOP’s 32) and 16 governors the consensus preached at every rally is that the party needs to rebuild from the ground up "I’m sure I’m not the only one thinking Maybe I could run for political office" said Gari Ann Dunn who traveled to DC from Cincinnati where she will look into local leadership positions when she returns homeRelatedprotestsActivists Try to Turn Anti-Trump Protests Toward 9 CompaniesprotestsActivists Try to Turn Anti-Trump Protests Toward 9 CompaniesThe marchers were way out in front of the Democratic Party in other ways Though several Senators addressed the Washington crowd six of the seven candidates vying to become the party’s next chair skipped the rallies to attend a high-dollar donor event in Florida organized by Clinton ally David Brock That reflects the continuing tension between the centrist elite and the populist leftist wings of the party played out in the primary battle between Sanders and Clinton The contest will produce more bloodletting and infighting but at this point it’s a healthy competition in an opposition that takes many forms The ACLU which greeted Trump’s election with the promise "We’ll see you in court" saw a record $38 million spike in contributions since Nov 9 and is hiring some 100 new staffers mostly litigators At Yale Law School a seminar convened to prepare legal challenges to the Trump AdministrationIn California Governor Jerry Brown vows to do the same while former attorney general Eric Holder leads an effort to address the structural advantages enjoyed by Republicans who by holding state legislatures get to draw safer and safer congressional districts after each census Meanwhile former Hill aides who saw the rise of the Tea Party firsthand now volunteer for the Indivisible team which has assembled an online primer on how to lobby Congress much of it gleaned from the Tea Party’s success It’s been downloaded more than 500000 times The Sunday morning after the Washington march Emily’s List held a training workshop for 500 women on how to support female candidates and had requests from 400 more Four in 10 were under age 35 says executive director Jessica O’Connell "The election has been a tipping point" she saysMarch organizers a diverse group of women operating by consensus prepared a discrete plan of 10 follow-on actions starting with a mail-in postcard to Congress Meanwhile on Facebook a link circulating a few days later read: "It starts with the House" Winning back control is a very heavy lift; the Democrats are down 47 seats and young people and minorities are notorious for their low turnouts in midterm electionsBut in January the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee which raises funds for House races added 500000 addresses to its master email list of 3 million As for the Democratic leaders in the House and the Senate after witnessing eight years of GOP obstruction they were already inclined to use whatever available procedural levers could impede Trump’s agenda–threatening for instance to hold up indefinitely any Supreme Court nomination deemed insufficiently "mainstream" After Jan 21 they understand the mantra of their activist fundraising networking base comes down to one word: resist Photographing the First Days of Donald Trump’s America A protest called "The Mike Pence Queer Dance Party" outside of Pence’s Home in Chevy Chase Maryland The dance event was organized by LGBTQ activist groups DisruptJ20 and WERK for Peace to protest Mike Pence’s record on gay and transgender rights on Jan 18 2017Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME A protest called "The Mike Pence Queer Dance Party" outside of Pence’s Home in Chevy Chase Maryland The dance event.? Two million?Former Florida Gov. Rand Paul launched his bid for the Republican nomination at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville on April 7. former detainee Aijalon Gomes.
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