Protesting at Lunchtime

(March 15, 2017; Katie Rogers, New York Times): “In a city that seems to be perpetually undergoing cultural and political transformation, there are certain parts of life that stay constant: paralysis on Capitol Hill. The occasional appearance of a butter-stick-size panda cub. The predictably unpredictable Washington Metro. And now there are the steady chants of people who protest. Only weeks into the administration of President Trump, many residents of this heavily Democratic area who once attended the occasional protest have adopted resistance to the Trump administration as a lifestyle. They go to weekend marches, organize with friends after work or get together to send batches of postcards to the White House….”

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