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Reflect & Resist (Actions #5)

Recommended reading and viewing from the Women's March on Washington organizers.

Indivisible Guide: A Practical Guide to Resisting the Trump Agenda


Know Your Rights

The ACLU has a series of guides that outline your rights in various situations--during protests, if stopped by police, if questioned about immigration status, etc.

Swamp School: Nonviolence and Active Bystander Intervention

Here you will find several documents that outline principles of nonviolence as well as steps you can take to intervene when you witness harassment.


Peace is Loud: Small Victories Newsletter

Sign up to receive a weekly email full of victories and progress made.

Vote Smart

Find information on candidates and elected officials, such as their positions, votes cast, and funding sources.

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Recommended Reading

Recommended Listening

Recommended Viewing

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For Kids and Teens:

School Library Journal’s “Focus On” book lists, which include themes such as social justice, environmental justice, and immigration.


Nerdy Book Club’s “Top Ten Lists,” which include topics like climate change, gender, girls in science, and politics.


A Mighty Girl’s book collection, whose categories include educational access, prejudice and discrimination, and war and conflict, civics and government, and role models.

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