A Reflection on Activism: Why I did not Attend the Women’s March and Why I no Longer feel Guilty About it

Written by Funto Omojola As I woke up to a flood of images on my social media platforms featuring thousands of men and women clad in pink pussy hats with signs proclaiming fundamental women’s rights to challenging the presidency of Donald Trump, my immediate reaction was not one of pride and comfort, but one of […]

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Resisting Together: Symposium on Grassroots Political Action in the 19th Congressional District

Written by Xaver Kandler On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, when most people would usually be taking a long walk or sitting in the sun on their porches, over one hundred community members, students, and staff filled one of the largest Bard College lecture halls to discuss how to resist together. The event, titled Resisting Together: […]

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