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Hillary Clinton On How The Fuck To Survive President Trump: "Let Us Not Grow Weary, Let Us Not Lose Heart"
Living Nightmare Day 1: Hillary Clinton graciously conceded to Donald Trump, saying she hoped "he will be a successful president for all Americans." Same, but probably not.
Clinton also urged her supporters to continue fighting for Democratic values and to "accept the result and look to the future."
Because You Need Something Aspirational In Your Life Right Now...
Watch this interview with activist/musician Synead Nichols on how she used her own social media platform to inspire tens of thousands of young people to come together for the Millions March. Today sucks, but let's not give up.
President Obama Addresses Trump's Victory
Anti-Trump Protests Are Happening In Several Cities
There are anti-Trump protests happening in multiple major cities, including two New York City. Socialist Alternative's demonstration will start at 6 p.m. in Union Square before protestors march 40 blocks uptown and picket outside Trump Tower in midtown. Columbus Circle is the location for the 5:30 p.m. demonstration hosted by anti-racism group Answer Coalition. (via: Complex)
Four Things We Can Cheer About
A few moments from the election you gotta remember when you find yourself trapped in a fuck everything spiral; Catherine Cortez Masto is the first Latina to serve in the U.S. Senate after winning the seat that belonged to the State Minority leader Harry Reid. Kama Harris is the second black woman elected to the U.S. Senate and in Minnesota, Ihan Omar, a Somalian refugee, won a seat in the Minnesota House, becoming the first Somali-American Muslim woman to do so.
PostedNov 9, 2016