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‘Resistencia a Trump’ se vuelve global

first_imgConsidere estos asombrosos números: 750.000 en Los Ángeles; 500.000 en Washington, D.C.; 500.000 en la ciudad de Nueva York; 250.000 en Chicago; 150.000 en San Francisco; 150.000 en Boston; 150.000 en Denver; 100.000 en Oakland; 100.000 en Londres. Estos números representan algunas de las manifestaciones más grandes que tuvieron lugar el 21 de enero (J21), estimuladas por la inauguración del racista, misógino y xenófobo Donald Trump como el 45º presidente de EUA.Se estima que más de 4 millones de personas, la gran mayoría mujeres, participaron en éstas marchas en más de 500 ciudades de EUA. También protestaron en más de 100 ciudades fuera de EUA – en todos los continentes, incluyendo la Antártida. Estas cifras estimadas fueron compiladas por Jeremy Pressman (@djpressman) en la Universidad de Connecticut y Erica Chenoweth (@ericachenoweth) en la Universidad de Denver, basados en numerosos informes de medios de comunicación, incluyendo Facebook y Twitter.Desde las masivas protestas mundiales del 15 y 16 de febrero de 2003, justo antes de la guerra contra Irak, tantas personas no habían salido a la calle el mismo día en solidaridad y resistencia, esta vez con los derechos de las mujeres como foco principal. Por la enorme magnitud numérica de estas demostraciones, las marchas del J21 no podían ser ignoradas por los medios de comunicación convencionales o la administración entrante de Trump.Lo que empezó como un modesto llamado en Facebook a una marcha el 21 de enero contra Trump por una mujer basada en Hawái la noche de las elecciones presidenciales del 8 de noviembre, explotó en un fenómeno trascendental. Los medios sociales se utilizaron una vez más como el catalizador para catapultar a millones de personas a las calles contra – sobre todo – la visión misógina que Trump representa.Y estas protestas no sólo tuvieron lugar en las grandes y medianas zonas urbanas. Según NBC News, el 21 de enero, en muchas ciudades y pueblos más pequeños, por lo menos el 20 por ciento o más de la población general asistió a las marchas J21. Para poner estos números astronómicos en una perspectiva más amplia, se estima que 160.000 personas asistieron a la inauguración de Trump en Washington, un tercio del número que asistió a J21 en el D. C. (New York Times, 22 de enero)Quién asistió a J21 y por quéMientras que en las marchas más grandes en EUA, las fuerzas del Partido Demócrata, las celebridades de Hollywood, líderes de sindicatos, elementos socialdemócratas y moderados dominaban la tarima, la mayoría de las personas en las calles estaban a la izquierda o estaban abiertas a políticas más radicales. Muchas mujeres recibían positivamente las ideas anticapitalistas y pro-socialistas.Las mujeres que asistieron eran en su mayoría jóvenes, incluyendo niñas, pero también había mujeres mayores, personas con discapacidades, lesbianas, bisexuales, transexuales y no conformistas. Aunque la composición social era abrumadoramente blanca, había muchas mujeres negras, latinas, asiáticas, musulmanas e indígenas.Los creativos carteles y banderas exigían justicia reproductiva, especialmente en vista de que la Ley del Cuidado de Salud a Bajo Precio fue desmantelada por Trump; En defensa de Black Lives Matter, los derechos de las/os inmigrantes y Planned Parenthood; Por $15 la hora y un sindicato; Por la vivienda, la educación, el cuidado de los niños y el agua potable; El fin de la guerra y la ocupación; Y muchos llamando a “Dump Trump” (Fuera Trump). Había carteles que decían “Hacer que América piense de nuevo”, un juego de palabras contra el tema de Trump “Hacer América grande de nuevo”, y una que decía “Lo siento mundo – pero arreglaremos esto”.Estas marchas ayudaron a empoderar a las mujeres que están justificadamente enojadas y disgustadas por el “pussy grabbing” (declaraciones obscenas y denigrantes hacia la mujer) de Trump, junto con su odio hacia las/os inmigrantes. Para esta escritora, que asistió a la marcha de Nueva York, quedó claro que las mujeres estaban de acuerdo en que cada tema social y económico es un asunto de la mujer y con la necesidad de solidaridad, especialmente con las mujeres más oprimidas y marginadas.¿Por qué J21 es tan importante?Queda cada vez más claro que un día de masivas marchas globales no revertirá los ataques globales contra los derechos de las mujeres, arraigados en la austeridad capitalista mundial. En su primer día en el cargo, Trump está avanzando con planes para menoscabar los programas contra la violencia femenina del Departamento de Justicia de EUA.Si el Congreso lleva a cabo los deseos de Trump, los programas financiados por el gobierno federal, tales como los centros de crisis de violación locales e incluso la Línea Directa Nacional de Violencia Doméstica serán cerrados. Ya ha habido un aumento en las agresiones sexuales, incluyendo violación, contra las mujeres de todas las edades – en los campus universitarios, en las escuelas secundarias, en el ejército y en el hogar.Grupos de mujeres están pidiendo a la gente que llame a sus representantes demócratas del Congreso para votar en contra de estos recortes. Pero esto no es suficiente.El Partido Demócrata ha demostrado ser impotente cuando se trata de luchar contra la extrema derecha del Partido Republicano. Esto se debe a que los partidos Demócrata y Republicano representan los intereses de los grandes negocios, no los de la clase obrera multinacional y especialmente de las mujeres.El Partido Demócrata está más interesado en recuperar los asientos perdidos en el Congreso durante las elecciones de mitad de mandato de 2018 y las riendas de la Casa Blanca en 2020. Esperan atraer a sus filas a las millones de mujeres que salieron en J21 para que voten por el PD.La clase dominante multimillonaria tenía sus esperanzas y sueños en que Hillary Clinton se convirtiera en la siguiente presidente por ser una imperialista inveterada, educada en el uso de la diplomacia para llevar a cabo recortes en el país y guerra en el exterior.Ahora, EUA corporativo tiene que depender del poco diplomático Trump para llevar a cabo la siguiente ronda de austeridad en EUA que la mayoría del mundo ha estado experimentando desde la crisis bancaria de 2007-08. Esto ha llevado a una crisis irreversible de declive para el capitalismo mundial.Mientras que la austeridad para la clase trabajadora está en un rumbo de colisión con las promesas de campaña de Trump, que prometía aumentar los empleos en EUA, su nominado para secretario de trabajo refleja las verdaderas intenciones – es descaradamente anti-obrero y pro-austeridad.No puede ignorarse que las más de 670 marchas J21 en EUA y en todo el mundo demuestran que las mujeres, sin importar dónde vivan, están sufriendo el peso de los ataques políticos y económicos de las fuerzas de la reacción.La elección de Trump ahora está alimentando las llamas de la lucha. El desafío para las/os revolucionarios en todas partes es unirse para ayudar a guiar a aquellas/os que quieren convertir la lucha en un movimiento mundial para un verdadero cambio revolucionario y sistémico. J21 muestra que las mujeres liderarán el camino de la construcción de un movimiento de este tipo.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img

Indiana in Good Shape for ARC/PLC Deadline on Monday

first_img SHARE Facebook Twitter By Eric Pfeiffer – Mar 12, 2020 SHARE Indiana in Good Shape for ARC/PLC Deadline on MondayIndiana Farm Service Agency Executive Director Steve Brown was worried. About a month ago, progress for ARC/PLC signup in the state was not looking good.“We were having some software problems and they worked hard at getting those corrected. And we were just having a hard time getting producers in because we were fighting that bugaboo about waiting until March to make your decision.”Brown is no longer worried. He says that they are now at 97.2% of Indiana’s over 100,000 farms that have signed up. He was quick to give praise to us here at Hoosier Ag Today as well as Jim Mintert and Michael Langemeier from the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture for helping spread the message for producers to get in ahead of the March 16 deadline.Brown was quicker, though, to praise his FSA employees across the state.“I’m very happy for our employees because I know they have worked diligently and put in a lot of leg work calling producers and assisting them. It’s amazing what some of our people can do out there.”For the remaining 2.8% of farms out there that still need to signup, you need to reach out to your local FSA office today or Monday to get it done. Though, they might be booked up and unable to get you in. Brown says there is a solution.“To sign up after the deadline, you have to be put on a register. So, the producer has to make contact with our office, and if we can’t get him in, then we’re going to have to put him on that register and set a time up after March 16.And if producers don’t get in contact by Monday?“They are ineligible…they will be ineligible for 2019 payments.”Brown says there are some counties where that register might turn out to be a relatively long list. Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana in Good Shape for ARC/PLC Deadline on Monday Previous articleCoronavirus Continues to Impact Markets, Now Impacting Ag EventsNext articleBayer Committed to Xtend System Eric Pfeiffer Facebook Twitter Indiana in Good Shape for ARC/PLC Deadline on Mondaylast_img

Teenage Global Innovator visits TCU for work on gender equality

first_imgNelson Mandela’s former prison guard visits campus to reflect on their unlikely friendship TAGSphotos Campus organizations to host ‘Black Panther’ screening, discussion World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Brandon Kitchinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/brandon-kitchin/ Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Brandon Kitchin is a junior Journalism major and TCU 360 line editor from Grand Prairie, Texas. If you ever get the chance to meet him, he is such a positive person that you might just have your day made. You can find him in the loudest section of the Amon G. Carter Stadium or on the field at halftime with “The Pride Of TCU,” the Horned Frog Marching Band. He plays bass drum for the TCU Drumline. Linkedin ReddIt Brandon Kitchinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/brandon-kitchin/ Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Previous articleTCU Sizzle Reel (Ep. 05 – Wolverine 3, Netflix and more)Next articleTCU Pi Kaps reflect on their Journey of Hope experience Brandon Kitchin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Twitter Brandon Kitchin Brandon Kitchinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/brandon-kitchin/ ESPN’s ‘The Undefeated’ writer visits campus, talks media coverage on Nike, Kaepernick ad Brandon Kitchinhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/brandon-kitchin/ + posts printTCU’s Discovering Global Citizenship Initiative brought in a teenager this semester to discuss the need for gender equality worldwide. Chloe Reynaldo, 16, is a youth and gender rights activist from the Philippines. She spent last week at TCU engaging in classes and discussion with students, advocating for gender equality.She was formally recognized as the 2016 Global Innovator at a luncheon and she also spoke at the FWISD Newcomer Academy on last Friday.“When you’re from a third-world country such as mine, a lot of the issues in our country come from poverty,” said Reynaldo. “A lot of the gender equality issues come from poverty, such as the girls not being able to go to school or the girls being forced to stay home and take care of their siblings.”Reynaldo, who was accompanied by her mother, said traveling to different places around the world made her realize how different life is in the Philippines compared to the United States.Discovering Global Citizenship brings one individual to campus each semester for multi-disciplinary curricular and co-curricular student engagement activities with the innovator, in addition to a sustainable project designed to further the innovator’s work in their home country.Reynaldo said she became an activist when she was 14 after she attended a seminar in her province. Her school asked a few representatives to go and she said they saw potential in her at the seminar. She said she tries to talk about the challenges she faces being a young activist. “The challenges would be the lack of authority you might have as a youth, especially when you’re talking to adults and then they’re thinking ‘what authority or credibility do you have to be speaking on such subjects’,” Reynaldo said. “Even when I’m talking to my peers since I’m not an adult they won’t really listen to me unless I really prove that I know what I’m talking about.”Reynaldo was awarded a competitive grant organized by graphic design instructor Jan Marie Ballard.Ballard said Reynaldo immediately stood out from the other applicants.“She was so young and so well-spoken. I knew instantly she was the one we were looking for,” Ballard said. “I contacted the United Nations to make sure she could travel here fine.” Reynaldo judged an art exhibit the graphic design department put together. It featured 22 projects by female students in the Professional Recognition for Graphic Designers class. Chloe Reynaldo with first place winner Majesty Christian. Christian is Junior BFA Graphic Design student. Her artwork – “You Are All One” (Photo courtesy of Jan Ballard)Reynaldo, who selected the top three projects, said she had a really hard time choosing the winner because they were all incredible to her.“I’m an artist myself so I appreciated the techniques that they used,” Reynaldo said. Chloe Reynaldo’s sketch. She said she enjoys drawing anime for fun. (Photo courtesy of Brandon Kitchin)“The big factor was deciding how impactful it was, how passionate it was, and if it communicated the message easily and quickly enough — because you know teenagers have the attention span of goldfish,” Reynaldo said.Reynaldo is affiliated with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Asia-Pacific Regional Office, UNFPA Philippines and Y-PEER. Y-PEER is the umbrella organization for over 500 nonprofits and government institutions.Being involved with such organizations has already given her other opportunities to travel around the world to share her message, she said.Reynaldo was chosen by UNFPA Asia-Pacific as the youngest delegate and speaker at the International Women’s Month Summit in Bangkok this past March, and she was also invited to the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey in May.She said there are still issues of inequality everywhere.“You learn that the battle being fought in your country is not the only battle being fought. 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