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Political poetry intertwined with powerful activist art.

We have adapted to greed, consumerism, hate, injustice, war, destruction and sociopathy. Adaptation has kept us alive for millennia – and now it is killing us. We need a shift, a 99% lift – we need to lose the view that things are inherently awful and we can’t do anything about it.

We need to stop manufacturing consent and start manufacturing dissent – by the boat load, ship it out like Amazon knick knacks – from sea to shining sea and back again. We need hope – without optimism. We need to feel inspired. Art can, poetry can. Through our emotions, building the notions that we can – can Do Something

Features fifteen artists: Tammam Azzam, Anthonoy Freda, A. Kaminski, Jilli Ballistic, Abby Martin, Recycled Propaganda, Lane, Collage, Alex Chowaniec, GILF, Lucy Dyer, Joe Webb, ML Hedin, Paul Spataro, Aaron Draper, Bruce Cooper.

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Progress Is Not a Church

*Taken from Episode 119 of Act Out! As Croation philosopher and co-founder of the Democracy in Europe movement, Srecko Horvat said in an interview with Democracy Now on July 7th, “...we should always remember what Bertolt Brecht said: What is robbing a bank in comparison to forming a bank? And the same, I would say, goes now for the G20 in Hamburg. What is the violence on the streets compared [...]

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