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Welcome + Introduce Yourself!

Welcome to Révolutionnaire ! You can introduce yourself to the community in the comments below! Add your name, pronouns, causes of interest and a fun fact! ✨ Here you can meet like-minded people looking to make a difference, learn about issues of in...

The Veil of Ignorance: Why Society Fails to Mourn Migrant Deaths

"16 dead and 36 injured after bus carrying migrants and locals crashes in Mexico." "Around 350 Pakistanis were on [a] migrant boat that sank off Greece and many still missing, official says." "Hundreds of migrants killed by Saudi border guards." Thes...

minapisan by Contributor III
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Education in Florida: The Banning of AP Psychology

Following the wake of the black history education standard changes in the state of Florida, the course AP Psychology has now been banned as well. This has occurred due to similar reasons: legislation put forward and enforced once again by Governor De...

The Stop WOKE Act: Black History Education in Florida

It is no secret that US history textbooks often gloss over the horrors of slavery, and how black people were treated as less than human. However, the recent change in Florida education on black history has made the entire situation drastically worse....

Brainstorming Thread

How can you be revolutionary this Summer of 2023 and/or going forward OR suggest to someone something they're good at and how they can be revolutionary solo or collaboratively? Go!

Shamona by Visionary I
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Where To?

Like I said before, this summer, "We outside"!What locations do you think may need assistance from a change maker like yourself, and how would you help?

Shamona by Visionary I
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Safe Harbor Laws

Safe Harbor Laws allow some level of criminal immunity to sexual assault victims, especially minors. Iowa is one of several states in the U.S. that does not have such laws in place. Because of this, Pieper Lewis, 17 was sentenced to 5 years of superv...

eggs by Contributor II
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What Piece Stood Out To You Recently?

"We are not victims-we are victors, the greatest predictors of progress. We press for change, we push on and act on our responsibility to bring visibility to the most vulnerable, to bring freedom to those who didn't have a choice, to bring volume to ...

Shamona by Visionary I
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The Verdict Of Kyle Rittenhouse: Moment of Reflection

When it came to the final countdown of Kyle Rittenhouse's verdict, the world was on edge. Are the families of the victims going to receive justice? Are we going to finally see the justice system put on a fair trial? Is there finally going to be a tal...

Lperez by Révolutionnaire Team
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This weekend's devastation in Haiti, another vestige of slavery

I can't help but feel pure anger in looking at the devastating images and videos coming out of Haiti following the 7.2 earthquake on Saturday. Haiti was the first Black-led republic and first independent Caribbean state after it defeated French rule ...

NathanW by Visionary I
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Happy Emancipation Day!

Today, August 1st is Emancipation Day. Emancipation Day commemorates the day slavery was abolished and over 800,000 enslaved people were freed across the British Empire in 1834. Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard for Nova Scotia is a social worker, a pr...

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Honor the Memory of John Lewis with Action

A year ago today, we lost a pillar of excellence and power from the Civil Rights Movement. The late and great John Lewis led a life that was more than reflective of his own compassion, resilience, and courage.  His legacy will continue to live vibra...


It's July 1st, but there's nothing to celebrate.

This Canada Day, let’s remember: this country was built on genocide. Today is July 1st, and while in previous years many have donned red and white and passionately celebrated the country and its history, we recognize that there is nothing to celebrat...