What gives us hope and how do we resist the results we fear from a Trump presidency?
Send us your events, your ideas your activism. Resistance is not futile. As we wrote in slant this week:
We are in shock at the dawning of a Trump presidency and all that we stand to lose: Roe v. Wade, civil rights, immigration reform, media freedom, minority representation, climate change, the list goes on. The path to resistance becomes clear. Don’t circle the wagons; don’t snipe at the Bernie voters. It’s time to listen to the anger of those who elected Trump as well as to the thoughts and fears of those who are most hurt by the policies Trump has said he will put into place. We won’t give in to hate and despair. We will reassess and move forward to create the nation we want to be.
Jezebel has been compiling "A List of Pro-Women, Pro-Immigrant, Pro-Earth, Anti-Bigotry Organizations That Need Your Support." And we'd love to hear from you of organizations locally who are in that fight.
Locally, here are some ideas for hope and activism.
• South Eugene High School students marching Nov. 9 to say hate and fear do not represent them.
• Protest Trump in Eugene! 5 pm Nov. 10, starts at Erb Memorial Union on the University of Oregon campus and goes to Kesey Square (aka Broadway Plaza, 10 E. Broadway) downtown.
• Vigil for Hope and Respect starts at 5 pm Nov. 10 at Kesey Square
• Protest Trump March Monday, Nov. 14, 5 pm, Island Park in Springfield.