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civil disobedience

Damned if you do, dammed if you don’t

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A Port Hope Simpson man says he had “no choice” but to break the law in taking a principled stand against the Muskrat Falls megaproject. A master woodcarver and hero to some, he’s now left to measure the cost of doing business with injustice. Fortunately for him, he has some help.

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Dr. Martin Luther King: strategies and tactics of civil disobedience

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On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we should remember King’s message was less about peace and love and more about exposing injustice

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Henry Rollins and ‘The Long March’

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The Indy goes on-one-one with the popular American spoken word artist in anticipation of his ‘Long March’ tour stops in St. John’s and Corner Brook this week.

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