Movements & Memes: How The Struggle For Social Justice Shaped 2020

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Movements & Memes: How The Struggle For Social Justice Shaped 2020

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Elly Belle refers to the year 2020 as a year of reckoning for North America. There are no better words to describe 2020. It was also a year of progress in spite of so much adversity. In the article Elly Belle seems hopeful saying, " The organizing and calls for justice that have taken place have provided the necessary framework that will influence work for decades to come — marking lasting changes in conscience beyond the ballot box. In turn, those who helped to secure food and housing for people, to hold police accountable, and transform what social services are funded will continue to push for meaningful, material change in the new year. From all that happened in 2020 alone, it's certain they’ll continue shaping conversations and movements in pivotal ways we haven't yet imagined."

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This item was submitted on February 3, 2021 by Dana Bell using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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