Welcome to The 451's first "minisode", as we transition our weekly release day from Mondays to Thursdays. This week Jesse, Jonathan and Summer each give their favorite lists of resistance actions, talk about how hard it is to use words, and kick off The Official 451 Book Club. (Don't shop at Amazon, okay?) The episode ends with a call to action from none other than Martin Luther King Jr.
Talia Levin (aka Chick in Kiev), a fact-checker for the New Yorker, has a daily tinyletter with concrete resistance actions for your inbox. Another fact-checking wiz is Susan Rogan, who emails out her Rogan's List of ways to resist each day. If you'd rather get your marching orders in one weekly lump email, Wall of Us sends out a quartet of resistance actions every Sunday night. And one of our listeners called in to share her new collective of Brooklyn artists called the Everyday Project, giving "simple daily actions to prepare for a Trump presidency." Also, if you want to read a powerful (and highly relevant) book along with your podcast hosts, check out Dark Money by Jane Mayer, which we will be discussing on the show in the not-too-distant future.
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