Historically, the most terrible things; war, genocide, and slavery have resulted not from disobedience but from obedience Howard Zinn

Historically, the most terrible things: war Genocide and slavery have resulted not from disobedience, but from obedience: Howard Zinn. Stand up for animal rights, go against the grain and GO VEGAN!

Howard Zinn, government professor, activist, author, brilliant human being of uncommon courage

This is a quote from Howard Zinn, government professor, activist, author, brilliant human being of uncommon courage who believes in order to achieve successful democracy we must protest for what we believe in.

Howard Zinn

my old government professor and hero --- an incredibly kind and wise human being --- on "civil obedience.

Please, read, learn and understand that race, nationality and religion is not why we war. Money and profits for the ultra rich is why we go to war!

Please, read, learn and understand that race, nationality and religion is not why we war. Money and profits for the ultra rich is why we go to war! (Note: this was in 1980 - the now own much more of the nation's wealth!

"The ones that are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do." - Bernie

“What matters most is not who is sitting in the White House, but "who is sitting in" -- and who is marching outside the White House, pushing for change.

Howard Zinn Collaborative Classroom Mural

Howard Zinn Classroom Collaborative Poster/ Bulletin Board Display

Howard Zinn Collaborative Classroom Mural

America’s 92-year-old Street Priest: "He and his brother Philip Berrigan, a Josephite priest and World War II combat veteran, along with the Trappist monk Thomas Merton, led some of the first protests against the Vietnam War. In 1967 Philip Berrigan was arrested for nonviolent civil disobedience and was sentenced to six years in prison. Philip’s sentence spurred Daniel to greater activism. He traveled to Hanoi with the historian Howard Zinn to bring back three American prisoners of war."

America’s 92-year-old Street Priest: "He and his brother Philip Berrigan, a Josephite priest and World War II combat veteran, along with the Trappist monk Thomas Merton, led some of the first protests against the Vietnam War. In 1967 Philip Berrigan was arrested for nonviolent civil disobedience and was sentenced to six years in prison. Philip’s sentence spurred Daniel to greater activism. He traveled to Hanoi with the historian Howard Zinn to bring back three American prisoners of war."

A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn (1995, Paperback, Revised

A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn (1995, Paperback, Revised

by Howard Zinn Writer, Dandelion Salad Repost from July 3, 2010 crossposted at The Progressive (2006) July 4, 2017 On this July 4, we would do well to renounce nationalism and all its symbols: its …

Put Away The Flags by Howard Zinn

by Howard Zinn Writer, Dandelion Salad Repost from July 3, 2010 crossposted at The Progressive (2006) July 4, 2017 On this July 4, we would do well to renounce nationalism and all its symbols: its …

Chris Hayes Explains Meritocracy (and What It Means for You)    Here in America, based on your “pluck and drive and ambition and talent, you could rise as far as your abilities will take you.” Right? Of course not, says MSNBC host Chris Hayes.

Chris Hayes Explains Meritocracy (and What It Means for You) Here in America, based on your “pluck and drive and ambition and talent, you could rise as far as your abilities will take you. Of course not, says MSNBC host Chris Hayes.

Howard Zinn, actually defined himself as an anarchist.

"Patriotism is not obedience to government. Patriotism is obedience to the principles for which government is supposed to stand.

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