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Here’s What to Do This Week to Keep Up the Women’s March-mentum

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Millions of demonstrators are feeling the glorious tide of Saturday’s Women’s March dissipate and recede, their clever signs demoted to campy craft artifacts and their pink headwear tossed into the hamper. It’s Tuesday and we haven’t quite crushed the patriarchy, dismantled white supremacy, or saved the climate. What’s more, America’s new head of state has already pushed alarming executive actions

Burning Man devotees notoriously host decompression parties. Likewise, plenty of organizers have come up with ways to take the edge off of post-demonstration ennui. Here are a few ways to keep your activist spirit alive, beginning this week, and hopefully continuing for the next four years.

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Lee Ranaldo, Thurston Moore and Others Helped Us Get Through the ‘First Day in Hell’

Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn, front. TKTK, back.(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn, front. Georgia Hubley, back.(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

“I need a drink,” Steve Gunn said as he started into “Way Out Weather” at Rock and Roll Hotel in D.C. on Friday night. After taking a swig he added, “As I’m sure you also probably do.”

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