The post-election fightback for human rights, is it gathering force in the USA?

CPNN finds ample evidence that the post-election fightback to defend peace and human rights is underway. It begins at the local level, as it must be if it is to be sustainable. And it is being led by young people, as it must be if it is to have the energy to succeed.

This question pertains to the following articles:

April 3, 2016: Sanctuary city leaders vow to remain firm, despite threats from U.S. attorney general

February 16, 2016: Restaurants Will Test If The U.S. Can Stomach ‘A Day Without Immigrants’

February 16, 2016: USA: Army veterans forming human shield to protect NoDAPL protesters at Standing Rock

February 3, 2016: A Call to Address Identity-based Violence through Teach-ins at American Universities [and around the World]

January 30, 2016: Donald Trump Declared War On ‘Sanctuary Cities.’ They’re Already Fighting Back

January 22, 2016: USA: Women’s marches fight back against inauguration of Trump

January 20, 2016: USA: Immigrants Prepped For Raids

December 9, 2016: USA: 13 Minnesota churches eye ‘underground railroad’ for those facing deportation

December 9, 2016: USA: Inside the Churches That Are Leading New York’s Sanctuary Movement

November 24, 2016: Tabling for peace in the USA: A new sense of urgency

November 24, 2016: Tucson students learn ‘non-violence’ way of life amidst anti-Trump protests

November 21, 2016: US Election: The fightback for human rights is already underway

November 21, 2016: USA: ’Sanctuary city’ mayors pledge to fight Trump’s threats to immigrants

November 20, 2016: USA: ‘Sanctuary campus’ protests demand universities protect immigrants

November 20, 2016: USA: To Counter Trump, Women Are Mobilizing for Massive March on Washington

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