The Long Haul: Kavanaugh, Women’s Voices, and The System Itself

The protest started at 5pm on Thursday. By the time I got there at 5:05, a small group had begun to gather — chanting and holding signs in the air that read, “Kava-NOPE!” or “Believe Survivors,” or, my personal favorite, “I thought Republicans were anti-entitlement.” The police had set up barricades around the sidewalk and were monitoring the flow of people. A few people were…

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Writing on modern madness, within and without. stephanieeislervance.com IG: stephmakesfaces

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