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"We rejected fear."

While I struggle to gather my own thoughts, please read Baratunde Thurston’s, as published by The Independent. I like this passage:

The manner of this campaign is as important as its ultimate outcome. Grassroots organising met peer-to-peer networked technologies, learnedfrom old school campaigning and was remixed through new school art. And it won. We won!

“We rejected so much history and so many rules that have bound us. We rejected fear” [The Independent]

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