Divided, We Unite

By Laurel Dammann | Feature photograph by April Christie Three little girls, no older than 12, balance on raised wooden platforms piled six high. In earnest they shout the question-half of a chant they've heard repeated throughout the day: "Show us what Democracy looks like?" "This is what Democracy looks like!" a middle-aged man immediately … Continue reading Divided, We Unite

The Kakas: An American Movement

by Laurel Dammann On November 19th, a group of about 200 gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington DC for the annual National Policy Institute conference. The NPI describes itself as an "independent organization dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States, and around the world." … Continue reading The Kakas: An American Movement

1.9.2016: A Progressive’s Reflection

by Laurel Dammann This election has not changed America; it has revealed America. Under the guise of moral and religious belief and fueled by fear, frustration, and greed, unchecked capitalism, misogyny, homophobia, xenophobia, and racism have long been left to fester in the heart of the American dream. With the help of irresponsible media and … Continue reading 1.9.2016: A Progressive’s Reflection