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Motivational Graphic, rethought as Uppity People vs. Cowed People. Uppity people read every day, plot, cultivate skill, produce knowledge, seek root causes of social problems, question authority, afflict the comfortable, comfort the afflicted, think critically, remember, strive for progress, and work with allies. Cowed people watch TV every day, react, stagnate, consume truth, blame individuals for social problems, obey authority, admire the comfortable, admonish the afflicted, react habitually, forget, make do, and go it alone.

Uppity People vs. Cowed People

At work the other day, I came across a bulletin board on which someone had posted the following “Successful People vs. Unsuccessful People” poster: Looking for its source, I eventually found the author, MaryEllen Tribby. It’s notable that MaryEllen Tribby is a business consultant. ¬†Within

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Kenya Uses USA To Justify Authoritarian Law

In Kenya, the national legislature has passed the Security Laws Amendment Bill. The law allows the government to imprison people for lengthy periods without criminal charge, and to conduct surveillance against Kenyans without any search warrant or other court approval. Among the justifications for this

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?

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