Chief Whip at Gareth Pugh
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November 8th 2016 is a date that will be remembered as witness to a historic calamity. In an era defined by divisive rhetoric and political extremism, the election of Donald J. Trump nonetheless proved a shocking world event – one that marked an awakening for progressives everywhere.
Exactly one year on (November 8th to 11th) Raw Power Movement will officially launch via a series of major events exploring the journey that has brought us to this cultural precipice, acknowledging that many of today’s challenges are intertwined with our past, and a legacy we often fail to address. We invite you to join us in facing the hard truths of our collective past, with an eye toward inventing the future, and igniting a movement for change.
More info to follow! DM us if you would like to attend. 🖤
• #RawPowerMovement#SocialJustice#PeopleOverProfit#Patriarchy#Colonialism#Austerity#Racism#Sexism#Homophobia#Nationalism#Xenophobia#NoJusticeNoPeace RG @rawpowermovement
So we, and by we I mean @rawpowermovement are staging an insta takeover of @goodtroublemag this week, in advance of our official launch later this year. If you give a shit, pls follow us on both
Almost midnight, still at my desk. Shit is getting real! 🥜
Fucks given? NUN.
When it begins with "God bless you my child" you know it's going down. Thank you for BIG FUN @steezeydoesit I'm sorry I'm only posting this now but the fact is I'VE ONLY JUST RECOVERED. 🏼🏼
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I can't believe this was a week ago today Thank you for the memories, bruises and welts.
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YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE 🏹 A HUGE belated thank you @whotels for the BOMB ASS suite, and @sophiejewes for making it POP 🍾
RG @rawpowermovement A clip from 'Ghosts of Grenfell' by Lowkey a.k.a. Kareem Dennis, featuring Mai Khalil. This has been doing the rounds over the past week and it's pretty powerful stuff. Lowkey - a poet, playwright, and activist - lives in a smaller tower next to Grenfell and was woken by screams at 1.30am on 14 June as the fire took hold. He later arrived on the scene and spent the next few days helping survivors. His track features several people who escaped the fire, and the accompanying video was produced by filmmaker Fahim Alam, and features members of the local community holding images of those still missing. It's a reminder that despite its disappearance from the news agenda, the survivors of this crime will not be silenced.