· 75 years on, Japan bomb survivors make final pleas for abolition →
As the hibakusha age, they are passing the baton to young activists, many from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, who have grown up steeped in the memories of survivors.
· In accusations of being too ambitious, some Black women see a double standard →
To some voters, interest in the vice presidency is not just about who Biden could pass the baton to, but fears about the future direction of a country led by someone from demographic groups not historically represented at the highest levels of government.
· Police arrest artist who stopped posting protest photos to shield activists from law →
Photos and videos of police using batons, pepper spray and tear gas on peaceful protesters have led to widespread calls to change use of force and crowd-control policies.
· Hiroshima at 75: A Painful Legacy Tempered by Hope and a Treaty →
We are leaving here so take the baton from us.”
The New York Times
· As Feds Retreat in Portland, Protesters Return to Original Foe: Local Police →
Their presence and tactics, including firing crowd-control munitions and swinging batons, infuriated the city, drawing thousands out to the streets once again to stand against what many saw as a troubling federal incursion into a city that didn’t want them.
· Meet the Press - August 2, 2020 →
George Wallace may be gone, but we can witness our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators.