(6.14) A peaceful protest is being called by ‘Gen Z: We Want to Live,’ a new youth-led group joining the burgeoning protest landscape first ignited by the death of George Floyd. Judging from the enormous turnout for last week’s demonstration, also comprised mainly of teens and young adults, this should be big. The event will […]
If you’re equally pissed-off about Governor Carcieri’s deplorable, inhumane veto of the domestic partners’ funeral rights bill last week, come out and show it this Thursday, November 19th. From the Facebook invite: On Tuesday November 10, 2009 Governor Donald Carcieri killed a bill that would allow non-married couples the right to plan the funerals of
Ah, modesty: a Providence Daily Dose co-founder avoiding mention of his appearance in a video (uploaded to YouTube by RI Future) of an anti-greed Brown protest that’s been lighting up my Facebook feed. Hide no more, Representative. [youtube]j7Hi6i2RGpk[/youtube]
Organizers are staging a national Tax Day Tea Party tomorrow as a grassroots protest of the overspending of our current administration. (No outrage regarding two wars that’ll have cost taxpayers $864 billion by the end of this fiscal year, though.) On one hand, I admire when people seek change for issues they feel strongly about. On
Lots of pretty lights have popped up around town for the holidays. Here’s another type: The India Association of Rhode Island is hosting a candlelight vigil tonight to share its solidarity with caring and concerned people and to express its outrage and sorrow on behalf of the victims in last week’s terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
I just popped by the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College, which I sort of assumed wouldn’t even be running a show during the summer, and was pleasantly surprised to come across Protest, a show featuring photographer LeRoy Henderson that will be up through early July. Henderson shows the struggles of Americans as they