BlackLivesMatter- March on Seattle 2018

April 4 | Westlake Park

50 years ago – Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated Last year – 20,000 Marched on Seattle to demand equal and fair taxation and end

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Gig Harbor Canvass

February 24 | Gig Harbor

It’s time to Rise & Organize! Join us for a canvass in Gig Harbor on Saturday, February 24th. Wear comfortable walking shoes. No experience necessary.

The Hidden History of Billionaires behind the Rise of the Right

February 27 |

Who Bankrolls the Freedom Foundation agenda? How do the Koch Brothers wield influence? Are they connected to the racist John Birch Society? These are just

Online Course: Social Transformation Beyond Pragmatism or Utopia

April 26 |

The ISE is excited to announce our second online course: Social Transformation Beyond Pragmatism or Utopia. Taught by long-time ISE affiliate Robert Ogman, this three-session


Helping student activists move past ‘us vs. them’

By Steven Fesmire, Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies, Green Mountain College. High school and college students protested Trump’s inauguration at Seattle Central College in

What was the protest group Students for a Democratic Society? Five questions answered

By Todd Gitlin, Professor of Journalism and Sociology, Columbia University. Students for a Democratic Society was the largest – and arguably most successful – student

How to make the best protest sign

Hey hey. Ho ho. niekverlaan / Pixabay This message couldn’t be clearer. On April 22, scientists, science-lovers, and at least one official Science Guy will

Here comes the police state: New laws aim for brutal crackdown on protest

The rise of right-wing populism in the United States-from the White House to state legislatures-has been met with public resistance on a stunning scale. Millions

Not My President rallies gather thousands across nation

Thousands of protesters rallied nationwide to oppose the Trump administration during Monday’s President’s Day holiday. The Not My President Rallies have demonstrators gathering across the

Four ways to stay mentally fit if you’re struggling with the political climate

By Roxanne Donovan, Professor of Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies, Kennesaw State University. A protest in New York’s Washington Square Park days after Donald Trump’s election.

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