In 2014, we saw a lot of brutality. Men and unarmed black women were killed by police women in higher education, raped and tortured in the barracks and young foreigners and mentally ill Americans have long confined in solitary confinement in US prisons.
It was a year of violence, but no worse than other years. What was different was the emergence of new resistance movements, and with them new opportunities for change.
1. Black lives Matter
2. Whites are reassessing privilege
3. New alliances around the planet are successful by people of color led protect
4. Climate March inspired millions
5. Governor intends militants banned Fracking in New York
6. With the publication of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture, and called for a criminal investigation, a democracy over tyranny scores
7. war against terrorism breath back
8. Cuba recognized in the fight against Ebola; US normalized relations
9. opposition still trade secret talks
10. Rape Culture: Women and people who love pushing
What is next?
The resentment of the policy were to incite hatred against women and people of color. This is an effective way for the American public some very real discontent distracted: like the fact that only a few at the top have the power and money that allowed the aspiration of the American dream.
As we head into 2015, we are faced with great challenges to recovery (and redefine) an average middle-class life, to do with the climate crisis and the decline of the war, and our government by companies and Wall Street recover. We do not take in measuring these and other important questions if we include fully aware of the men and women of all races. This means that the starting point, claiming the right of all. On the safe participation in public spaces in our society
The best hope for 2015 is that we do not look to us mutually. With a solid foundation of mutual respect, we can use our collective power to transform our society into one that works for everyone.