Quartz, “A message for activists after Trump’s first 100 days: Resistance is supposed to be fun”

When I think about the joy of being an activist, I recall anarchist and feminist activist Emma Goldman’s brilliant critique of the dour left, famously paraphrased in the 1970s slogan, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution.” And I think of the moments of ecstatic togetherness that I’ve experienced in the midst of protest, as with Occupy Oakland’s port shutdown in 2011.

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